The Intersection of Public Health and Health Care: Health Care Data and the Law in the 21st Century, Part III: Sharing Data: Modern Legal Issues and Trends - On Demand Recording
Recorded On: 08/09/2017
Time: 90 minutes
Format: On Demand Recording
Electronic health records have created a cornucopia of health data that can be used for patient care, quality improvement, and disease surveillance. The ability to share health data is important to open the doors for health innovation, individualize patient care, and advances in national and global public health. However, sharing this data comes with several technical and legal issues. This webinar is designed to describe modern health data exchange and the legal implications of sharing data during disease outbreaks and public health emergencies. Speakers also plan to address privacy concerns and issues related to complex data sharing agreements.
Note: No CLE offered for this course.
This webinar is presented in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Sponsoring AHLA Group:
- AHLA Public Interest Committee
Matthew Penn, JD, MLIS (Moderator)
Director, Public Health Law Program
Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Steve Gravely, JD
Founder and CEO
Maggie Power, JD, MPH
Dinsmore & Shohl
Cason D. Schmit, JD
Research Assistant Professor
Department of Health Policy & Management
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
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