7th International Summit

on the Future of Health Privacy

When: June 1-2, 2017

Where: Georgetown University Law Center

600 New Jersey Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20001

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• Artificial Intelligence and Ethics

• Health Privacy in the LGBTQIA Community

• Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs and Privacy

• The EU’s General Data Protection Regulations’ Effects on the U.S.

• Blockchain Technology and Health Data

• Competing for Privacy, a New Business Model?

• Workplace Wellness Programs and Employee Genetic Testing

Explore the latest emerging issues

in health privacy including:

The International Summit on the Future of Health Privacy brings together national and international experts to discuss global patient privacy issues and solutions. This annual event founded by Patient Privacy Rights is an unparalleled opportunity to learn from and build relationships with more than 400 key individuals and organizations involved with transforming the healthcare system, from technology, national and international governments, law, policy, and the public.

Join us as we explore the latest emerging issues in health privacy including Artificial Intelligence & ethics, LBGTQIA & Electronic Health Records, Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs & privacy, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations’ effects on the US, Blockchains & health data, Competing for Privacy, Workplace Wellness, Apple & health privacy, and IBM Watson.

Event Information

  • Thursday,  June 1, 2017   8:00am – 5:00pm

  • Friday,  June 2, 2017   8:00am – 2:00pm

  • Georgetown University Law Center
    McDonough Hall
    600 New Jersey Ave., NW
    Washington, DC 20001

FairWarning will be participating in:

Summit Opening Remarks

June 2, 2017

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics Panel

June 2, 2017

The Brandeis Gala

Present Data Detective Awards

June 2, 2017

Event speakers will include:

  • Adrian Gropper – Patient Privacy Rights Chief Technology Officer
  • Amy E. Nelson, J.D. – Whitman-Walker Health Director of Legal Services
  • Anna Spencer – Sidley Austin LLP Partner
  • Clint Phillips – Medici and 2nd.MD Chief Executive Officer and Founder
  • Craig Konnoth – Department of Health and Human Services Special Advisor, Penn Law Sharswood Fellow and Lecturer, NYU Langone Rudin Fellow, and University of Pennsylvania Leonard Davis Institute Senior Fellow
  • David Huseby – The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Project Security Maven
  • Doc Searls – Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society Project VRM Director
  • Duane Rusten – IBM Watson Health Implementations Vice President
  • Glenn Tucker, MD – Sturdy Memorial Hospital Chief Medical Information Officer and Chief of Internal Medicine and Massachusetts Medical Society’s Committee on IT Chairman
  • Ifeoma Ajunwa – Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center Fellow and Cornell University’s ILR School Assistant Professor
  • John Havens – IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems Executive Director
  • Julian Ranger – digi.me Executive Chairman and Founder
  • Kate Black – 23andMe Privacy Officer and Corporate Counsel
  • Kay Firth-Butterfield – IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems Vice Chair and AI-Austin Executive Director
  • Kellan Baker, MPH, MA – Center for American Progress Senior Fellow
  • Kurt Long – FairWarning Chief Executive Officer and Founder
  • Latanya Sweeney – Harvard University Professor of Government and Technology and Director of Data Privacy Lab
  • Lisa Matsubara – California Medical Association’s Center for Legal Affairs Legal Counsel
  • Mark Greenblatt – Scripps Washington Bureau Senior National Investigative Correspondent
  • Mark A. Rothstein, J.D. – University of Louisville School of Medicine Herbert F. Boehl Chair of Law and Medicine and Director of the Institute for Bioethics, Health Policy and Law
  • Michelle DeMooy – Center for Democracy and Technology Data and Privacy Project Director
  • Nathan Freed Wessler – ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project Staff Attorney
  • Nikolaus Forgó – University of Hanover’s Data Protection Officer, Chief Information Officer, Law School Dean of Students, and Director of L3S and the Institute for Legal Informatics
  • Randy Farmer – Delaware Health Information Network Chief Operating Officer
  • Stacey Tovino – University of Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law Health Law Program Director
  • Ted Kim – London Trust Media Chief Executive Officer
  • Thomas Welch, J.D. – American International Regulatory Coherence Institute Managing Director and Thomas Welch Law Attorney and Counsellor
  • Trevor Hoppe – University of Albany, SUNY Assistant Professo