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G+T Insights – Save the Date

March 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Subject: How do I manage risks when unlocking the potential value of health data?

How do I manage the risks when unlocking the potential value of health data? 

While there has been a trend towards decluttering our homes, the opposite has been happening with data – The amount of data that is tracked, collected, stored and transferred online is growing exponentially. The health sector is no exception to this transformation given the growth of new health data sources – such as personal  health apps, wearable tracking devices and customer loyalty schemes.

The growth in health data presents new opportunities for businesses to unlock value. Alongside these opportunities businesses will need to manage a number of risks, including unauthorised disclosure and intervention from other regulators.

Click the link below to explore:

·     what is health data;

·     the trends that have coincided with the growth in health data; and

·     how businesses should be managing their risk when unlocking value from health data.

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Gilbert + Tobin is delighted to host a panel of experts next year to discuss issues facing healthcare, pharmaceutical and life sciences business.

Save the Date today by adding it to your calendar using the link below. Please also feel free to forward this on to your colleagues and contacts who may be interested in attending.

Formal invitation to follow.

*CPD points available. 

DATE AND TIME

Wednesday 18 March 2020
6:00pm – 7.30pm

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LOCATION

Gilbert + Tobin
Level 35, Tower 2,
International Towers Sydney,
200 Barangaroo Avenue,
Barangaroo NSW 2000

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CONTACT

Bianca Doyle
+61 2 9263 4175
bgdoyle@gtlaw.com.au

If you would like further information please contact:

John Lee
Partner
+61 2 9263 4383
JLee@gtlaw.com.au

Susan Jones
Special Counsel
+61 3 8656 3451
SEJones@gtlaw.com.au

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Date:
March 18
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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