Recording: Are My Devices Listening to Me? Data Privacy and Ethics in Digital Healthcare
Join us for an engaging webinar that delves into the privacy and security of health data in mobile apps and smart homes. Healthcare is increasingly relying on digital systems to collect and analyze patient data. This presents immense opportunities for improving healthcare outcomes and providing personalized treatment options. However, it also brings a host of privacy concerns that require ethical guidelines and data collection standards.
One of the key concerns is the collection of patient data through wearables, home monitoring systems, mobile apps, and social media. While this data can be beneficial for diagnosing and treating patients, it also raises questions about data ownership, usage, and protection. For instance, mobile apps and social media platforms can collect sensitive data about individuals' health and well-being, such as their medical history, fitness routines, and dietary habits. In the wrong hands, this information could be used for malicious purposes, such as identity theft or insurance discrimination.
To address these concerns, it's essential to develop ethical guidelines and standards prioritizing patient data privacy and security. Our expert panelists will showcase how innovative technology can transform healthcare while identifying the key priorities for ethical values, guidelines, and standards. We will present real-life use cases highlighting the benefits and opportunities of digital health systems for consumers while emphasizing the importance of privacy protection.
This informative and interactive session is designed to provide valuable insights for developers, consumers, and regulators on creating safe and ethical digital ecosystems in the healthcare industry. By attending our webinar, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the privacy concerns surrounding digital health systems and the importance of implementing ethical guidelines and standards to protect patient's data.
17 May 2023
17 May 2023
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