One Year of the Data Protection Directive: Between Hope and Hardship
April 10, 2019
15:45 - 16:45
_Stage B, Hall 2.2
Nearly a year has passed since the Data Protection Directive came into effect. Although the anticipated wave of court cases never occurred, practices and clinics are still in legal limbo over how to correctly process data. Establishing a procedure for collecting and processing data continues to be made difficult by the divergent regulations of the various federal states. What is the situation regarding data protection in the healthcare system? Is the DSGVO a bureaucratic monster or has it in fact helped to make data more secure?
This session is organised and held by the AG Data Protection & IT Security, The German Association of Health IT Vendors – bvitg e. V.
Christoph Isele, Lead Regulatory Affairs Strategist, Cerner Health Services
Dr. Johannes Jacubeit, Founder and Managing Partner, connected-health.eu
Jan Neuhaus, CEO - IT, Data Communications and eHealth, German Hospital Federation (DKG)