There is a notable tension between capitalizing on the full promise of big data and protecting patient privacy in health care. For example, actions taken in compliance with HIPAA, have in some instances limited my ability to link insurance claims with electronic health records, which would enable more complete longitudinal follow-up of patients for pharmacoepidemiological studies. I am curious to know what limitations you have you encountered (across the world), and whether you think we generally strike the right balance between protecting privacy and facilitating big data use to enable scientific advancement?
Easy one-click social registrationIs this safe?
We only receive the minimum information necessary to verify your account. We never get access to your friends/contacts or your profile, and we never post on your behalf. Your social account is used for logging in only.ORRegister via email
Send me updates on this Contest
In order to ensure a fair voting process and to make sure that no one votes more than once, we ask that you register either with a social networking account (easiest, only requires one click) or by registering with your email address (this will require you to click on a verification email that we will send you).
You only need to register once.