Health-y AI: AI Governance and the Legal Patchwork

Date: 04/18/24
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM ET

* Please Note: registration closes at 11:59 PM ET the day before the live event. No further registrations will be accepted once registration has been closed *

Live closed captions are available.

Overview: In this webinar, we will delve into the fundamental concepts of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Augmented Data Management (ADM) as they relate to the health care industry. We'll explore the legal and regulatory landscapes surrounding the use of these technologies, examining both federal and state perspectives. From understanding the implications of White House Executive Orders to deciphering state privacy laws, participants will gain valuable insights into navigating the complex intersection of AI and health care regulations. Furthermore, we'll discuss the challenges of balancing the promises of AI with HIPAA compliance and explore strategies for effectively managing governance complexities in health care AI initiatives.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Understand the legal framework governing the use of AI, ML, and ADM in health care, including relevant federal laws and regulations.
  • Identify key considerations for health care providers and entities when engaging with vendors and implementing AI technologies, from a business perspective.
  • Explore strategies for balancing the requirements of HIPAA with the potential benefits of AI in health care, including deidentification techniques and governance best practices.

Speaker Information:

Julia JacobsonPartner, Squire Patton Boggs LLP

Stuart JacobsonFounder & CEO, Biome Analytics

 

 

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