Ep. 69: Right to Data Privacy – Dr. Ali Loveys (CPO ConsenSys Health)

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Ep. 69: Right to Data Privacy – Dr. Ali Loveys (CPO ConsenSys Health)

Ali Loveys, MD, FAAP, FHIMSS, ABP-CI is the Chief…
August 2, 2020

Ep. 69: Right to Data Privacy – Dr. Ali Loveys (CPO ConsenSys Health)

Ali Loveys, MD, FAAP, FHIMSS, ABP-CI is the Chief Privacy Officer, Foundation Relations and North American Markets Leader at Consensys Health. Ali is board-certified in clinical informatics and has had tons of experience as Chief Medical information officer at multiple organizations. During 2018-2020, she was Managing Director Federal Practice Digital Health and US Healthcare Blockchain Leader at Ernst and Young. In this episode we talked bout healthcare, data, cybersecurity, AI, and blockchain.

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Show Notes

•Introduction of Ali’s background
•Journey into technology, business, and healthcare in your career
•Working on the RHIO (Rochester Health Information Organization)
•Experience at EY as digital healthcare blockchain lead
•COVID19 affect on the healthcare data and public trust
•Describe your role at ConsenSys Health
•When did you first hear about blockchain?
•How do we bridge the gap between technology and healthcare?
•How is blockchain adoption and awareness in healthcare developing in the US?
•Biggest misconceptions of blockchain from various healthcare executives
•How important is community governance when developing a DLT solution?
•Why should people care about their data privacy?
•Patient Consent data sharing
•What can we do about unread Terms of Service and Privacy Policies? It feels like we don’t really have a choice if we want to use many tech platforms.
•Data privacy – Realistic technology expectations – HIPAA and GDPR
•Ethical Responsibilities for AI development and big data in Healthcare
•Industry Partners – existing partners and pilot projects
•What do you believe in that most people would disagree with?
•If it’s not too personal, what would you consider to be your biggest mistake?
•Favorite book – Historical non-fiction
•If you had to have micro chip implanted in your body, where would you want it to be implanted?
•Final Takeaways

Health Unchained News Corner

The US Department of Health and Human Services announced its blockchain platform called HHS Protect to collect and share Covid-19 hospitalization data. HHS Chief Information Officer, Jose Arrieta, has been leading efforts at HHS to use blockchain to secure, validate, and share procurement data for a few years now.

According to the CIO, HHS Protect coordinates data from 6,200 hospitals across the United States, including numbers of ventilators, hospital beds, ER admittance, and discharge, lab test data across the U.S., warehouse implications, and nursing home data.

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