April 15, 2014 | By Ashley Gold | FierceHealthIT
Privacy has the potential to crash big data before there’s a chance to get it right, and finding the right balance is key to future success, experts argued at a Princeton University event earlier this month.
The event, titled “Big Data and Health: Implications for New Jersey’s Health Care System” featured four panels exploring health, privacy, cost and transparency in regard to how big data can improve care and patient outcomes, according to an article on the university’s website.
“Privacy will crash big data if we don’t get it right,” Joel Reidenberg, visiting professor of computer science at Princeton and a professor at Fordham University’s School of Law, said at the event.
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