Health data and competitiveness: what are the challenges for the technique and the law?
This is why the Société de Législation Comparée has joined forces to MINES ParisTech, in partnership with Curie Cancer to address these issues to bring together different actors in order to share experiences and visions, and reflect interactively on our common future.
Health data and its multiple potential uses are at the heart of many ethical and clinical concerns, but also commercial and competitive in a context of a globalized economy:
- scientists and clinicians, who can now, for in situ or remote research and care uses, process previously inaccessible, useless and non-transferable volumes of complex data
- those of healthcare technology manufacturers, digital services and, of course, insurers, who have perceived the shift in value creation and power towards their cross-functional production, control and operation
- those of lawyers and citizens, who question the value of their data and the effectiveness of the protections intended to cover them, as well as the scope of increasingly sophisticated and dynamic algorithms
- those of public decision-makers: they are required to provide access to the best care, but must simultaneously protect public freedoms, the integrity of our institutions, and guarantee our national capacities challenged by new competitors... or transformed by new approaches.
This is why the Société de Législation Comparée has joined forces to MINES ParisTech to address these issues to bring together different actors in order to share experiences and visions, and reflect interactively on our common future.