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Ethical Data Use as a Driver of Clinical and Business Intelligence

Ethical Data Use as a Driver of Clinical and Business Intelligence

Ethical Data Use as a Driver of Clinical and Business Intelligence

Sheila Colclasure and Lisa A. Martinelli, JD, MA, CIPP/US
Sheila Colclasure and Lisa A. Martinelli, JD, MA, CIPP/US
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

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Launch date: 15 Jun 2018
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Last updated: 22 Oct 2018

Reference: 189941

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Description

Analytics in healthcare is vital - driven by the need to extract knowledge and meaning from large data sets, manage disparate data from multiple sources, address increased competition and regulatory complexity. With the inevitable onslaught of data from varying sources, commitment to operational data governance that identifies data provenance, data use, activates data powerfully and delivers outcomes that are legal, just and fair is essential. This approach is called Ethical Data Use (EDU), giving providers the confidence to accelerate into big data and advanced analytics while protecting the brand and delivering trustworthy outcomes. As trusted stewards of personal health information, health organizations can't jeopardize the privacy of its population or use data in inappropriate or unethical ways or the outcome could be disastrous. Knowing how to start with the right identity and engineer privacy and security of all sources of data throughout the continuum of care is critical.

Objectives

Practice Ethical Data Use
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to practice Ethical Data Use.
Recognize the importance of identity management and its role in data analytics
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to recognize the importance of identity management and its role in data analytics.
Identify the many sources of data beyond claims and electronic health records and determine their value
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to identify the many sources of data beyond claims and electronic health records and determine their value.
Apply next-generation analytics practices
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to apply next-generation analytics practices.
Analyze building models which include wearable data, or demographic data to better understand a given population
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to analyze building models which include wearable data, or demographic data to better understand a given population.
Sheila Colclasure and Lisa A. Martinelli, JD, MA, CIPP/US

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Sheila Colclasure and Lisa A. Martinelli, JD, MA, CIPP/US
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Sheila Colclasure serves as Acxiom’s Global Chief Data Ethics Officer and Public Policy Executive, directing Acxiom’s information use policies, compliance, consumer affairs, government affairs and related public relations for its operations globally. Colclasure provides client support and advocacy on privacy and the ethical use of data as a strategic business essential. Her primary areas of focus include enterprise-wide compliance with legal regulations, such as FCRA, GLB, HIPAA, Privacy and Safeguard Rules, Telemarketing Sales Rule and CAN-SPAM; industry codes of conduct including the Data & Marketing Association Privacy Promise and the Digital Advertising Alliance’s Interest Based Advertising Guidelines; Mobile App Choices and Cross-Device Guidelines and Acxiom’s own leading-practice privacy policies. In particular, she is working to advance accountability using a contextual interrogation against ethical considerations. She has developed and implemented an annual privacy audit function that is widely regarded as the best in the industry. Colclasure functions as corporate liaison to several industry standards-setting groups and research and policy development groups including the Information Accountability Foundation, Future of Privacy Forum, Center for Information Policy Leadership, Digital Advertising Alliance, Email Sender Provider Coalition, Mobile Marketing Association and Coalition for Sensible Public Record Access. Prior to joining Acxiom, she worked for the U.S. Senate, and then managed congressional and political affairs for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in its Washington, D.C. office, focusing on legislative and regulatory initiatives as well as directing its political action committee. Colclasure has a master’s degree in communications, specializing in business and political communication.

Lisa Martinelli is Vice President and Chief Privacy and Data Ethics Officer for Highmark Health. Lisa joined Highmark in 2002.As Chief Privacy and Data Ethics Officer, Ms. Martinelli oversees privacy, information management and data policy for the enterprise – an integrated delivery and financing health system, consisting of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, and the Allegheny Health Network. She ensures that executive management and the Board of Directors are aware of significant privacy concerns and that the behavior within organization meets the standards of all relevant laws, rules and regulations, and best practices. She also develops policies and procedures, corporate-wide training and educational programs and works closely with Highmark Health customers, IT and security areas. She sets strategic direction and analyzes issues related to information privacy, ethical use of data, cyber laws and policies. She is the chair of Highmark Health’s Data Governance Council. Ms. Martinelli earned her bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and political science from the University of Pittsburgh, summa cum laude. She also received her Juris Doctor in healthcare law from the University of Pittsburgh. More recently, Ms. Martinelli has earned a master's degree in the theology from Duquesne University, and she is a Ph.D. candidate in health care ethics at the Center for Healthcare Ethics at Duquesne University, with a concentrated focus on organizational and stakeholder ethics. In 2009, Ms. Martinelli received the Jefferson Award for Public Service for her work with children with autism. She serves as a member of the University of Pittsburgh Honors College Board of Visitors, is an adjunct professor of information privacy law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, is on the Advisory Board of the Future of Privacy Forum, serves on the Board of the Information Accountability Foundation, and is member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)
  • 1.00 Credits
  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 1.00 Hours

Faculty and Disclosures

Sheila Colclasure, MA, CIPP

Sheila Colclasure, MA, CIPP

Has no real or apparent conflicts of interest to report.
Lisa A. Martinelli, JD, MA, CIPP

Lisa A. Martinelli, JD, MA, CIPP

Has no real or apparent conflicts of interest to report.

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