In the last two weeks, we discussed the use of consumer data and how the FTC is using its power to respond to data privacy concerns. While there are stakeholders who are taking action in response, we wanted to explore a key question: what happens when the concerns raised are left unchecked? Following the 2022 Dobbs v. Jackson decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, we seem to have a test case.
In part three of Radio Advisory’s series on consumer data, host Rachel Woods invites Advisory Board experts Ty Aderhold and John League to discuss how the Dobbs decision impacts conversations around data privacy and how healthcare leaders should be thinking about protecting patient reproductive data.
- Ep. 170: Data privacy and the FTC: Who is working to protect your data?
- Ep. 169: Innovative or invasive? How consumer data is changing healthcare
- Revisiting our Dobbs v. Jackson predictions, 1 year later
- Ep. 121: Researchers react: Roe is overturned
- Roe v. Wade is overturned. Are you ready to answer these questions?
- Dobbs v. Jackson: Key impacts across health care