COVID-19 and Electronic Health Data

Tags: Health Care / Technology Policy

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Thursday, September 03, from 3:00-4:15 pm Mountain Daylight Time (MDT)

As COVID-19 sweeps the nation, accessing and using health information is more important than ever. Ensuring continuity of care for those diagnosed with COVID-19, carrying out research using collected health data, including responses to medication, and even tracking outbreaks is vital. For this, robust electronic health record systems, that are interoperable, but also protect privacy are essential. This panel examines new tools EHR companies have developed, and how health care entities, providers, and public health bodies use the data collected.


09/03/20 3:00pm - 4:15pm
COVID-19 and Electronic Health Data
  • Craig Konnoth — Moderator
    Associate Professor, University of Colorado Law School; Health Data and Technology Initiative Director, Silicon Flatirons
  • Alyson Goodman, MD, MPH — Panelist
    Medical Epidemiologist, Pediatrician, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Seth Hain, MS — Panelist
    Senior Vice President of Research and Development, Epic
  • Erich S. Huang, MD, PhD — Panelist
    Co-director of Duke Forge; Assistant Dean for Biomedical Informatics, Duke University
  • Niam Yaraghi, PhD — Panelist
    Assistant Professor of Business Technology, Miami Herbert Business School, University of Miami; Fellow, Brookings Institution’s Center for Technology Innovation

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