Going viral: Long term implications of health data use in the context of COVID-19

Join Intelligent Health AI this Friday at 11am BST as we reveal the 3rd episode of our Going Viral webinar series: Long term implications of health data use in the response to COVID-19.

The COVID-19 response requires unprecedented public health measures, many of which rely on accurate health data. Using patient data to plan and mitigate against disease spread is necessary, especially to identify individuals that are most at risk.

Decisions made now could fundamentally change how health data can be used and managed now and in the future. It’s important that the emergency response to the crisis is balanced with consideration of long-term implications.

This webinar will focus on what needs to be in place to make sure that data is used in trustworthy ways, to slow the COVID-19 spread and ultimately save lives.

  • What is the appropriate use of health data in the context of a pandemic? What good examples are emerging?
  • How do we balance individual patient rights with collective need, and what’s needed to maintain the trust of the public that data uses are proportionate
  • What 2-3 requirements must be in place now to use health-related data responsibly during this time of crisis?

 

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SPEAKERS

VANESSA CANDEIAS
Former Head, Global Health and Healthcare; Member of the Executive Committee
World Economic Forum
VANESSA CANDEIAS
Former Head, Global Health and Healthcare; Member of the Executive Committee
World Economic Forum

Trained as a nutritionist, Faculty of Nutrition and Food Sciences, Porto University; Master’s in Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Formerly: worked at national level on developing and implementing health promotion policies with the Ministry of Health in Portugal and the Institute of Preventive Medicine of the University of Lisbon; worked with the World Health Organization Headquarters on global guidelines and policy development for noncommunicable diseases. Currently, Head of System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Health and Healthcare and Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum. The System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Health and Healthcare provides a dynamic platform for leading businesses, governments, civil society organizations and world class experts to shape the global health agenda; co-design and accelerate the implementation of collaborative approaches that transform the health ecosystem – across prevention, diagnosis, treatment, cure and maintenance of health; and ultimately enables populations to live healthier lives and have access to the care they need when they need it.

DR. NATALIE BANNER
Understanding Patient Data Lead
Wellcome Trust
DR. NATALIE BANNER
Understanding Patient Data Lead
Wellcome Trust

Dr Natalie Banner is the Lead for Understanding Patient Data (UPD), an initiative hosted at the Wellcome Trust to support better conversations about how patient data is used for care and research. UPD works with patients, charities and health professionals to champion responsible uses of data, feeding into policy development, creating accessible resources and horizon scanning for emerging issues that may affect public confidence in the use of health data. This includes exploring emerging data-driven technologies and how to create the right ethical and governance frameworks for these in healthcare and research. Natalie formerly led Wellcome’s policy work on GDPR and data protection, seeking to ensure UK legislation and regulation creates a supportive, trustworthy environment for health research using patient and health-related data. She was recently named in BioBeat’s “50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness” for 2018.

DR. ANURAG AGRAWAL
Director, Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology 
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
DR. ANURAG AGRAWAL
Director, Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology 
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
AMANDEEP GILL
Project Lead | I-DAIR
Former Executive Director | UNSG High Level Panel on Digital Corporation, United Nations
AMANDEEP GILL
Project Lead | I-DAIR
Former Executive Director | UNSG High Level Panel on Digital Corporation, United Nations
HUGUETTE DIAKABANA
Co-Founder and Deputy Director
African Alliance of Digital Health Networks
HUGUETTE DIAKABANA
Co-Founder and Deputy Director
African Alliance of Digital Health Networks
DR. OLIVER MORGAN
Director of Health Emergency and Risk Assessment
World Health Organization
DR. OLIVER MORGAN
Director of Health Emergency and Risk Assessment
World Health Organization

ANDREW SCHROEDER

VP Research and Analysis
Direct Relief

ANDREW SCHROEDER

VP Research and Analysis
Direct Relief

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