2011 Health Privacy Summit Videos

2011 Health Privacy Summit Welcome

Robert L. Hutchings, Dean of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin and Deborah C. Peel, Founder & Chair of Patient Privacy Rights


Session 1 Keynote: How the American Public Views Patient Privacy and Health Technology Systems: What Ten Years of Surveys Tell Us

Alan Westin, Arnall Golden Gregory


Session 2 – Contrasting Beliefs About Privacy Protection in the Digital Era

Moderator: Anita Allen, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Panelists:  Ross Anderson, University of Cambridge; Nancy Barto, Arizona State Senate; Corinne Carey, NYCLU; Lisa Gallagher, HIMSS; Helen Nissenbaum, New York University; Jim Pyles, Powers, Pyles, Sutter & Verville; Jessica Rich, FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection


Session 3 – Case Studies: Finding Solutions for three urgent privacy issues


Session 3.1: Consent and segmentation of data — 2010 PCAST report

Moderator: Carl Gunter, University of Illinois
Panelists: H. Westley Clark, SAMHSA; Duane Decouteau, Jericho Systems Corporation; Stephen Palmer,Office of e-Health Coordination at Texas Health and Human Services Commission; Stephanie Perrin, University of Toronto; Wes Rishel, Gartner; Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation


Session 3.2 Control of patient data — Health Information Exchanges

Moderator: Barry Chaiken, former chairman HIMSS, Imprivata
Panelists: Mike Davis, Veterans Health Administration; Michelle De Mooy, Consumer Action; Barbara Evans, University of Houston Law Center; Mark Frisse, Vanderbilt University; Joy Pritts, ONC; Michael Stearns, e-MDs


Session 3.3:  Secondary uses of personal health information in health databases – Implications of Sorrell vs. IMS Health

Moderator: William M. Sage, The University of Texas at Austin School of Law
Panelists: Bridget Asay, Attorney General’s Office, Vermont; Kimberly Gray, IMS Health; Stephania H. Griffin, Veterans Health Administration; Christian Hamann, Gleiss Lutz, Germany; Latanya Sweeney, Carnegie Mellon University; John Verdi, Electronic Privacy Information Center


Lunch Keynote: What Do Research and History Tell Us About Privacy Today? A Conversation with  Alan Westin

Jeffrey Rosen, George Washington University; Alan Westin, Arnall Golden Gregory, Atlanta and Washington DC


Lunch Keynote: Putting the “I” in Health IT Privacy and Security: How Consumers Can Be Part of the  Policy-Making Process

Joy Pritts, ONC


Session 5: Looking Ahead:  The 2012 Health Privacy Agenda

Moderator: David W. Hilgers, Brown McCarroll, L.L.P. &ABA Health Privacy
Panelists: Session 4 Workgroup Moderators; David Warner, LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin; Deborah C. Peel, Patient Privacy Rights