PPR Founder & Chair, Deborah C. Peel, MD, presents on a panel at the 8th Annual Open Minds Technology & Informatics Institute. View her presentation slides here.
In an era of Facebook, reality television, and the internet, it seems that as a society, we don’t view privacy in the same way that we did in the past – that is, except when it comes to health care. Yet the reality is that even that may be changing; in today’s environment, data is more easily shared with electronic health records and consumers have increased access to their own records, and therefore the ability to share information as they choose. But are consumers truly ready to give up privacy? And if they aren’t ready, is there anything we can do to protect patient privacy in our increasingly digital world? In this unique session, our panel of experts will discuss how our definition of privacy has changed over the years and answer the question – Is privacy dead in health care?
Deborah C. Peel, M.D., Founder & Chair, Patient Privacy Rights Foundation
Tim Timmons, CCEP, CHPC, CHP, CHSS, Corporate Integrity Officer, Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc.
Julie Caliwan, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS
We know the future of health care will be shaped by technology.
Everything from the way we communicate with consumers, to how we deliver services, to the way we interact with other health care providers is under the influence of technological innovation. The relationship between consumers and provider organizations is already shifting as these innovations change our system in ways that would have been unfathomable just a decade ago – from robots and remote monitoring systems, to neurotechnology and smartphone apps.
Organizations with the best technology strategy will have the competitive edge.
The 2012 OPEN MINDS Technology & Informatics Institute is designed to provide an inside look at the ground-breaking technologies that will influence the health care market in the years to come. By gathering together the industry’s greatest technological innovators, a team of expert faculty, and the country’s top health and human service executives, this institute will not only provide you with a glimpse at the future, but also a strategic roadmap for success along the way.