“Experts band together to offer pro-bono consulting to digital health startups helping the poor”

December 1, 2014 | Reply More

MobiHealthNews published an article featuring WLSA member company, Epstein Becker Green, and Summit speaker, Bradley Merrill Thompson, noting that they are launching a new venture called Aventor “that aims to bring discounted regulatory consulting and advocacy services to companies that use mobile health and connected health to help the poor.”
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