With Denver’s new presence in the health-technology market and Denver’s own digital-health business generator 10.10.10 celebrating the completion of its 10 day journey to have a group of 10 CEOs confront 10 health problems, two Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck attorneys sat down to discuss technology in health care. Ian O’Neill is a shareholder in the firm’s intellectual property department focusing on technology transactions, licensing, advanced media and privacy issues. Emily Weber is a shareholder in the firm’s health care group focusing on academic medicine and clinical research, data security compliance and governance for personalized medical programs. They discussed the top technology issues facing the changing health care ecosystem. Visit bhfs.com for more information.