April 19, 2021

DATA GOVERNANCE IN A CONVERGING WORLD: Public & Private Sector Approaches to the Management of Emerging Health Technologies

THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 2021, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
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The proliferation of data generated by industry and governments, along with the accelerating pace of innovation in digital technologies, raises important questions of how best to shape this transformation in the best interest of public health and society at large. Evidence suggests that data technologies can lead to enormous gains in the productivity of health services, with an estimated $800 billion economic payoff through the end of the decade.

Realizing these positive gains depends on an agile, responsible, and proactive governance structure that can keep pace as the size and scale of these data-based interventions expand, particularly into new areas like artificial intelligence and machine learning. In many areas, disjointed data protocols and management processes have failed to align with a dramatic rise in computing capacity, making it difficult to integrate big data sets and produce the analytics that matters to health decision-makers and patients.

The webinar will draw together and feature leading experts from industry, science, and the global research and regulatory communities: