While momentum continues to build around what a regulated consumer health data privacy landscape looks like and U.S. states take varying (and often overlapping) steps forward, the environment remains shrouded in shades of gray. Many non-healthcare focused companies don’t even realize that they may be subject to new state data privacy laws. Companies of all sizes that collect, process, share, and sell non-HIPAA-covered consumer health data – including its usage in AI-based applications – need to be educated on the risks of the new consumer health privacy laws taking effect this year.
On this webinar, panelists will share the latest trends and new laws in the digital health privacy space, highlight cutting-edge use cases of AI and data-driven analytics in healthcare, discuss an analysis of recent FTC scrutiny in the digital health space, and provide a comparative perspective on digital health and AI regulation in the U.S. versus the EU. The speakers will share valuable best practices and practical compliance solutions on how to get up to speed, and stay there.
- Katy Ruckle, State Chief Privacy Officer, Office of Privacy and Data Protection, Washington State
- Andrew Barnhill, Head of Policy, Global Legal, IQVIA
- Simonne Brousseau, Associate, Faegre Drinker LLP
- Dona Fraser, Senior Vice President, Privacy Initiatives, BBB National Programs
- Divya Sridhar, Vice President, Global Privacy Division & Privacy Initiatives Operations, BBB National Programs
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