“The idea of something that is not particularly sexy, but does have real teeth is a good way to think about the early discussions that have taken place between the U.S. and China around data reciprocity. These discussions will have particular impact on how asymmetries in either countries’ market access standards specific to data will impact emerging technologies that leverage AI, big data, and cloud computing for population health, personalized medicine and other new disruptive healthcare delivery platforms being spun out of startups across both the U.S. and China.” More here.
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About Benjamin Shobert, MBA
Ben is the Founder and Managing Director of Rubicon Strategy Group, a consulting firm specialized in market access and project management work in China and Southeast Asia's healthcare, life science and senior care industries. Ben’s Full Bio