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The Global Impact of Pandemics on Privacy Regulations

In 2013, former Sun MicroSystems, Inc., CEO Scott McNealy reportedly said, “privacy is dead, deal with it.” But should that hold true for healthcare? As healthcare increasingly becomes more digitized, is there still room for privacy? From mobile apps to data analytics to AI, technology is forcing health information professionals, clinicians, consumers, and policymakers to confront evolving expectations around privacy. The speakers at this session will explore these fundamental shifts in how stakeholders across the globe think about privacy—particularly in light of COVID-19.

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Lauren Riplinger, JD
Vice-President, Public Policy and Government Affairs, AHIMA Washington, DC

Clayton Hamilton
Technical Officer, Public Health Services and Digitalization of Health Systems at World Health Organization Europe

Erik Jylling, MD
Executive Vice President Health Politics at Danish Regions

Kaveh Safavi
Senior Managing Director Global Health Accenture

Joy Pritts, JD
Principal, Pritts Consulting, LLC
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