In the last episode, we discussed how different industry stakeholders are taking advantage and navigating the challenges of the use of consumer data in healthcare. While the industry wrestles with some concerns about data privacy, the question remains: who is working to protect the data of consumers and patients?
In part two of Advisory Board’s series on consumer data, host Rachel Woods invites Advisory Board experts Ty Aderhold, Sara Zargham, and Paul Trigonoplos to discuss one stakeholder that is making moves to protect data privacy: the FTC. In the conversation, they explore recent regulatory actions taken by the FTC and what this means for the industry.
- Ep. 169: Innovative or invasive? How consumer data is changing healthcare
- Around the nation: FTC issues warning about usage of consumers' biometric data
- Winners and losers from FTC's increased focus on consumer privacy in healthcare
- Anonymity in the digital age
- [HealthAffairs.org] Widespread Third-Party Tracking On Hospital Websites Poses Privacy Risks For Patients And Legal Liability For Hospitals
- [FTC.gov] FTC Warns Health Apps and Connected Device Companies to Comply With Health Breach Notification Rule
- [nytimes.com] How Companies Learn Your Secrets
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