• Sep 14, 2018 from 12:00pm to 1:45pm
  • Location: Location details emailed to registrants
  • Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2018

Interoperability and information-sharing are vital tools for progress in health, human services and related domains – but some of the data that needs to be disclosed or exchanged is proprietary, privileged, personal or sensitive for some other reason. In this webinar, a panel of experts discusses the importance of security- and trust-based approaches designed to advance the responsible sharing of information across silos, while also protecting the privacy and confidentiality needs of the people and organizations to whom that information belongs.  Based on their experience, our presenters share city, county, state and national perspectives. This webinar will also initiate a broader and an ongoing conversation to advance what’s working and how do we learn from other people’s efforts. Panelists: Jennifer Bernstein, Barbara Cohn, and Carrie Hoff. 

Join the Confidentiality and Privacy Group and let us know what burning questions you have about this topic.

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