The digital health industry continues to smash growth records by all measures. While some debate what is “digital health,” the reality is that the digital health venture market raised $5.8 billion in 2015, according to CB Insights, while traditional payers, providers, and device manufactures, as well as established technology companies, are actively trying to stay on top of the wave of industry disruption.

With the explosion of mobile health apps and other digital health innovation, businesses are increasingly launching novel products and services that do not fit neatly into existing legal frameworks. Here are four disruptive legal trends to watch in the space:

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