[vc_single_image image=”36240″ img_size=”medium” alignment=”center” onclick=”custom_link” img_link_target=”_blank” link=”http://research.uc.edu/researchweek”][vc_column_text]Join us on April 12 for “The Learning Health System: Ethical Implications of Data Sharing in Support of Research and Innovation” – a panel dialogue designed especially for University of Cincinnati’s Research + Innovation Week!
The panel of healthcare experts will discuss advancing the appropriate use of health data for discovery and improvement. Greater Cincinnati has a strong track record with respect to health data governance and exchange. And yet, we’re missing opportunities to drive improvement in patient outcomes, to accelerate innovation, and to support a robust research agenda among our academic colleagues.
The dialogue presents a unique opportunity to assemble healthcare leaders, academics, and improvement champions for an open dialogue on the ethical and appropriate use of health data.
Date: Thursday, April 12th, 2018
Place: The Transept on Washington Park, 1205 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
- Richard Lofgren, MD, MPH – CEO, UC Health
- Peter Embi, MD, MS – CEO, Regenstrief Institute
- Jodyn Platt, PhD, MPH – Assistant Professor, Department of Learning Health Sciences, University of Michigan
- Michael Seid, PhD – Director, Health Outcomes and Quality Care Research, Pulmonary Medicine and James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
- Craig Brammer – CEO, The Health Collaborative (Moderator)
5:00-5:30pm – Arrivals & refreshments
5:30-5:45pm – Remarks & introductions
5:45-6:30pm – Moderated panel dialogue
6:30-7:00pm – Audience-driven dialogue
7:00-7:30pm – Informal networking & refreshments
For more information on the University of Cincinnati Research & Innovation Week, please visit http://research.uc.edu/researchweek. The 2018 theme, Industry, innovation, and infrastructure for enhanced well-being and livelihoods, closely aligns with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, speaks broadly to the issues important to our region, and ties to UC’s Strategic Directions.