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About this Session

Educational Session

Whether a private citizen, a patient, or a healthcare worker, in the US or anywhere in the world, during a pandemic or not, having accurate, trustworthy information for making healthcare decisions is critical to our physical, mental, and financial health. We have an ethical obligation to do this. Attendees will gain tools that can be used for ensuring data and information trustworthiness and in weeding out the noise around reported data. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the critical importance of managing health data and information in a responsible holistic and global way.

Impact Area
Optimize Patient Data for Patient Outcomes
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