On June 5 and 6 the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and Patient Privacy Rights co-hosted a two-day health privacy summit on the Georgetown University Law Center campus.
This year’s discussions included the challenges of ensuring personal control over health information in the face of rapid global deployment of healthcare IT and online technologies. The annual summit is the only forum in the world for high-level, thoughtful discussions about the most urgent national and international health privacy issues and solutions.
For more information about the summit, click here.
For Day One of the webcast, click here.
For Day Two of the webcast, click here.
For a full list of speakers, click here.
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