Mayo Clinic CERSI Lecture "People and Their Data"
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
301 405 0285
About the Presentation
Current efforts to generate knowledge are failing to keep pace with the information needs of health care professionals, policy-makers, administrators and, most importantly, patients. The expense, delay, and gaps inherent in our pursuit of knowledge leave us with far too much ignorance about the trade-offs of risk, benefit and cost for individuals and society. We fundamentally need new approaches for generation of rich, detailed, longitudinal data that describes people’s journeys through health and disease. One such path involves digital health, in which people are provided access to their digital health data and are given opportunities to leverage their data in ways that may help them and advance society. In this talk, Dr. Krumholz will provide a roadmap describing how such a future may be achieved – and why it may be right around the corner.
Remote Access Information
FOR QUESTIONS: Contact Amal Manseur at Amal.Manseur@fda.hhs.gov