Health Privacy Summit

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As Health Records Go Digital, Where They End Up Might Surprise You

Jordan Robertson | Bloomberg | June 5, 2012

Two years ago, Latanya Sweeney created a graphic on the widespread sharing of medical files that shocked lawmakers, technologists and doctors.  Sweeney, who founded the Data Privacy Lab at Harvard University, produced a “health data map” that looks like a windshield cracked by a few big rocks...

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Evolving Patient Rights In The Research And Delivery Of Health Care

Andy Oram | Health 2.0 News | June 19, 2014

...As the idea reached the proscenium this month at the Health Datapalooza, a conference founded by the US Department of Health and Human Services and now attracting more than 2,000 people, patient empowerment marks its entry into the mainstream...

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Ways To Put The Patient First When Collecting Health Data

Andy Oram | O'Reilly Strata | June 10, 2013

The timing was superb for last week’s Health Privacy Summit, held on June 5 and 6 in Washington, DC. First, it immediately followed the 2000-strong Health Data Forum (Health Datapalooza), where concern for patients rights came up repeatedly. Read More »

Where did the issue of health data exchange disappear to?

There has been extensive talk about the scandals at the VA and remedies for them, including the political and financial ramifications of partial privatization. Republicans have suggested it for some time, but for the solution to be picked up by socialist Independent Senator Bernie Sanders clinches the matter. What no one has pointed out yet, however–and what makes this development relevant to the Datapalooza–is that such a reform will make the free flow of patient information between providers more crucial than ever. Read More »

2014 Health Privacy Summit

Event Details
June 4, 2014 (All day) - June 5, 2014 (All day)
Hart Auditorium, McDonough Hall
600 New Jersey Ave NW Georgetown Law Center
Washington, WA 20001
United States

The 2014 Health Privacy Summit brings together a diverse group of professionals for two days of lively intellectual exchange.  Healthcare providers, IT innovators, national and international privacy experts from academia, industry, and government will gather to hear insights, ideas, and analysis from leaders in the health privacy community. The program includes a variety of guest speakers and keynotes to provide expert advice and practical recommendations related to the future of health privacy.

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