COVID-19 forced the discussion around innovation in healthcare to the forefront.
More than ever, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can have a profound impact on healthcare, but must meet legal, ethical and regulatory obligations.
In one day, you will get a practical overview of how AI is (and can be) used in healthcare, along with the knowledge and skills you need to innovate responsibly – and with confidence – in your healthcare organization.
What You Will Learn:
- Understanding AI: what does it look like in healthcare? What are your legal obligations?
- Data integration
- Health data: what makes it unique? Understanding the legal and regulatory frameworks
- Deciphering data access, security and privacy concerns
- How to identify security risks and strategies to deal with them
- Legal and ethical challenges and considerations
Who Should Take This Program:
- Privacy officers and other privacy professionals working in healthcare settings
- Health records leaders/custodians
- IT and IM leads in healthcare
- Data analytics and innovation leads
- eMR vendors
- Lawyers advising on privacy issues and information technology or health
- Healthcare administrators or representatives from hospitals, long-term care facilities (CEOs, VPs, directors, risk managers, operations managers, compliance officers, policy advisors, ethicists and patients’ rights advocates)
- Professional association and licensing body representatives
- Medical directors of healthcare organizations and government agencies
- Heath insurance industry professionals
- Government and public policy advisors
- Mary Jane Dykeman, Managing Partner, INQ Law, Partner & Co-Founder, INQ IQ Consulting
- Carole Piovesan, INQ Law