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Lawyers, Ask These 10 Questions During Digital Health Ideation

January 2020

Covington has created a list of Top 10 Questions for Ideation of Digital Health Solutions that can help lawyers contribute to the digital health ideation process.

Our clients increasingly apply agile product and business development methodologies when they are developing digital health solutions. "Ideation" is part of that process and involves the rapid identification and creation of ideas for digital health solutions, which are then prototyped and tested.

Based on our experience and from collaborations with corporate counsel working at clients, we have developed a list of 10 questions that lawyers can raise as part of a team working on ideation or hackathons for new digital health solutions. The list can be downloaded here.

Our team has filmed a series of videos in which we give additional background on each of the questions and explain why the resulting discussions can facilitate the ideation process. Raising these questions early on could save a great deal of time and money, and enable the business to more quickly build a solution that is ready for a real unmet need in the market. Open discussion about these questions at the outset might be the difference between success and failure.

The videos also introduce you to some of the members of our digital health team, who span many different practice areas and jurisdictions.


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