Session Added: Addressing
Digital Identity and Interoperability
True transformation in health care requires a widespread commitment to both data sharing as well as privacy and confidentiality. Hear from two experts who have deftly balanced these seemingly competing interests in a just-announced session at Concordium 2016.
Last week, AcademyHealth announced the addition of the session “Exchanging Data to Improve Population Health: Infrastructure Protection Meets Consumer Protection” to Concordium 2016. The session will be moderated by creator of the award winning "Disruptive Women in Health Care" blog Robin Strongin. The panel will also feature insights from Peter Levin, who led the design and deployment of the now famous Blue Button, and the White House’s Kshmendra Paul on how to best maximize population health and minimize privacy and confidentiality changes.
2016 PLENARY SESSIONS AND SPEAKERS
|Concordium 2016, September 12-13 at the Hilton Crystal City in Virginia, aims to advance the strategic development and use of evidence to transform health systems. Concordium showcases innovation and leading ideas; provides an opportunity to share emerging science and applications; and promotes collaboration to improve health.
Webinar: Recap last year's inaugural conference
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Concordium Award for Innovations with Data