Getting IT Right: Protecting Patient Privacy in a Wired World

Happening now – you can watch the webcast at (requires QuickTime)

Getting IT Right: Protecting Patient Privacy in a Wired World is the first open, public forum to examine and debate the future of health privacy in the digital age and is the official preconference for CFP 2011.

Join with experts in health privacy, technology, and law, patient advocates, industry and government officials in discussions on the top health privacy issues facing the US today.

You can even participate from your computer through Twitter [!/PrivacySummit ]! Simply use the hashtag #healthprivacy when making a question or comment.

You can find out more on Twitter @PrivacySummit. Newsmakers include: *Jeff Rosen* – Author and Professor of Law at George Washington University who will deliver the luncheon keynote address “What do Research and History Tell Us About Privacy Today?: A conversation with Alan Westin.” *Alan Westin* – Of Counsel and Senior Policy Advisor of Arnold, Golden and Gregory of Atlanta and DC, who will present “How the American Public Views Patient Privacy and Health Technology Systems: What Ten Years of Surveys Tell Us.” Sponsors include: Microsoft; Jericho Systems; Oracle; Dell; ID Experts; Vir-Sec, e-MDs, Inc., and IMS Health.


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