Taft attorney Scot Ganow will present at the Big Data and the Convergence of IT and Biology event on May 18. The conference is hosted by Kelley School of Business as part of the Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series. Ganow will be a panelist for the discussion on implementation of concerns and barriers.
About the program:
As more and more data is captured and newer algorithms are developed to parse it, new opportunities to improve healthcare outcomes are being unearthed. These findings, however, pose a range of questions including ownership of the data and concerns about an individual’s privacy. Balancing these competing forces will be a continuing challenge in healthcare. Stakeholders and observers will share current best practices incorporating the flood of new data and offer their opinions as to where things will likely “shake out” in the future.
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