Health Privacy Summit
|The 3rd International Summit on the Future of Health Privacy
The Value of Health Data vs. Privacy — How Can the Conflict Be Resolved?
The third International Summit on the Future of Health Privacy will again take place at Georgetown Law Center in Washington, on June 5-6, 2013, co-hosted by Patient Privacy Rights and the O’Neill Institute for National and Global and Health Law.
The challenges of ensuring personal control over health information in the face of rapid global deployment of healthcare IT and online technologies are great. The unique, inclusive summit structure and agenda offer the only forum in the world for high-level, thoughtful discussions about the most urgent national and international health privacy issues and solutions.
Join us as we explore different perspectives on health privacy and work to address the global need for comprehensive and meaningful health data security and privacy!
June 5-6, 2013
Hart Auditorium, McDonough Hall
Georgetown Law Center
600 New Jersey Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
The annual summits ensure that experts who speak for human and civil rights to health information privacy are at the table with academic, industry, and government experts on healthcare and health IT. A key aim of each summit is to include new and relevant international cultural, technical, social, ethical and legal perspectives so that we can broaden and deepen the dialogue and examination of urgent problems and realistic solutions. In doing so, we hope to address the need for comprehensive and meaningful health data security and privacy to ensure public trust in health professionals, technology, and governments; to ensure high quality healthcare; and to reap the research breakthroughs and benefits only possible with trustworthy technologies and consumer protections that put patients first and do no harm.