We reference these in our work delivering events like HackingHealthTech and startup acceleration programs with Slingshot, but share them to help grow local capability for DigitalHealth innovation and export market potential.
Staying local - Australian guidance
http://accan.org.au/files/Grants/PeaceofMind/index.html is a guidance tool developed in 2017 by University of Sydney researchers to help understand privacy, security, consumer protection, financial and therapeutic goods compliance. It's a simple, fast and effective tool for working out your minimum regulatory obligations.
Looking to the USA - FTC coverage
https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/mobile-health-apps-interactive-tool is a useful tool published in April 2016 for navigating the more complex US healthcare environment, HIPAA, data breach obligations but would benefit from updated guidance about the impacts of imminent EU GPDR obligations that start in May 2018 (see www.wired.co.uk/article/what-is-gdpr-uk-eu-legislation-compliance-summary-fines-2018)
Design for Transparency and IP Defence
We're seeing some really good thinking coming out of the Turing Institute in the UK, touching on why algorithm driven interventions need capacity for forensic oversight + audit, whilst also being mindful of the need to protect IP rights of the algorithm developers. Highly recommend following their work.