[No CEs] This session will take an ethical approach to debunking myths surrounding data safety and protection and weigh these issues in light of the value of knowledge gained from a compressive national grid to reduce costs, chance quality reduce morbidity and save lives. Participants will learn of new ways in which we might more sensibly address the ethical ramifications these concerns pose.
- Describe the reality of data vulnerability and depersonalization
- Interpret the value of a national grid of health data and its meaning for quality improvement
- Explain ethical dimensions of data protection honesty and disclosure
Dennis Robbins, PhD
Daniel Chavez, MBA