September 17, 2018

As Free Innovation Encounters Health Care Regulation, Think ‘Soft Laws’

Robert Graboyes

Senior Research Fellow

Sara Rogers

The concept of free innovation has entered the technology lexicon, particularly when it comes to health care. The term refers to innovations developed in creators’ personal time and unprotected by patent or copyright. Hundreds of examples are visible on platforms like Arduino and Hackaday...

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