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Big Data in Health Care: Rewards and Risks

January 21, 2016
Kalahari Resort and Conference Center - Wisconsin Dells, WI

Molly co-presented with Dan Weissburg from University of Wisconsin Hospiatal and Clinics at the 2016 Mega Healthcare Conference.

About the presentation: Big Data could revolutionize the health care industry, but with the vast amount of intelligence becoming available there must be a method to the madness. Massive amounts of electronic health information are currently being accumulated and shared. Legitimate and compliant use of Big Data is leading to increased transparency, improved patient outcomes and reduced health care costs. Clinician access to the data and their ability to apply that data to real-time situations and diagnoses will further lead to improved patient outcomes. Future access to this data will create new efficiencies in health care delivery, helping to curb the health care expenditures in the United States. Of course, the use of Big Data is not without risk and legal compliance complexities. This interactive session will discuss the players, the risks of Big Data in health care and mitigation strategies to adequately secure data in response to increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks. A variety of case studies will be provided to empower, motivate and scare (just a little) a diverse health care audience.

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