Without Sharing Data
The future of patient privacy through privacy enhancing technology
Challenges with patient health data privacy are many; however, new technologies are emerging which unlock the potential for partners to share insights without sharing the underlying data. Use cases such as small groups of hospitals unlocking insights without sharing the underlying patient data, which remains encrypted while the analysis is performed, are possible today. Data clean rooms have been a start in this process, but modern privacy enhancing technologies make traditional data clean rooms - almost outdated. Imagine a future where many more questions can be answered, leveraging most of the data that is already available, while preserving patient privacy.
What Attendees Can Expect to Learn:
broader data collaboration to drive more accurate outcomes measurement
better claims process optimization, using insights normally unavailable .
Differences between data ‘clean rooms’ and privacy enhancing technologies.
Why a privacy-preserving future is worth the investment now
Speakers: Shereen Shermak, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder and Andrei Lapets, Chief Science Officer & Co-Founder
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