Elliot Golding, Joanne Charles, Mohammad Amer, Kezia Cook-Robinson
The panel will discuss using digital health technologies and data-driven solutions to better support patient care, conduct research, and support other business needs. Merging disparate data sources (e.g., consumer-generated health data, research data, HIPAA-regulated data, etc.) and using digital health tools (such as mobile apps, data hubs, etc.) enables more educated, actionable decision-making. However, such practices also implicate nuanced privacy requirements (beyond HIPAA), complicated contracting considerations, and other business risks. The panel will cover real world use cases and practical tips to manage such risks when leveraging health data and digital health technologies.
Elliot Golding, Partner, Squirre Patton Boggs
Mohammad Amer, Senior Counsel, Genentech | A Member of the Roche Group
Joanne Charles, Senior Corporate Counsel, Microsoft
Kezia Cook-Robinson, Senior Privacy Counsel, Verily Life Sciences