Dissonance Series: Protecting Patient Privacy in Big Data
Vandenberg Room, Michigan League
Join us next Tuesday, November 19, at 6 p.m., for an exciting Dissonance event: Protecting Patient Privacy in Big Data. This panel discussion will take place in the Vandenberg Room, on the second floor of the Michigan League on the UM-Ann Arbor campus. There is no charge for this event and no need to register.
Electronic health records, connected medical devices, health tracking applications, and more have led to a tidal wave of medical data. How this data is being used to transform patient care, improve care quality and decrease healthcare costs, however, is not always evident. Michigan Medicine physicians and legal scholars will explore how medical care will change as digital health platforms evolve, the legal ramifications we might have to navigate, and the privacy and ethical issues that are unfolding today.
Dr. Brahmajee Nallamothu, Professor, Michigan Medicine (moderator)
Dr. Jessica Golbus, house officer, Michigan Medicine
Nicholson Price, Professor, U-M Law School
Dr. Hamid Ghanbari, Clinical Lecturer, Michigan Medicine
Kayte Spector-Bagdady, Assistant Professor, U-M Medical School, Chief of the Research Ethics Service in the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine (CBSSM)
Dr. Sachin Kheterpal, Associate Dean for Research Information Technology, Associate Professor, Michigan Medicine
About the Dissonance Event Series
Dissonance is a faculty-led, U-M event series that explores timely topics at the confluence of technology, policy, privacy, security, and law. It seeks to increase universitywide, multidisciplinary discourse and support university initiatives, including those related to data science. All events are free and open to the public.