Big Data – can it change our society for the better?

2nd March 2017 – 5.30-8.00 pm

The AHN and our sponsors Ernst and Young are delighted to present an invigorating conversation on Big Data.  There are of course many perspectives on the role big data could and should have on not only an individual’s health care but also on a population. Questions arise about privacy, the government’s role, the impact of research and its translation, the trustworthiness of organisations who hold the information. It is an important issue for us to consider as we work toward a better health system.  Please join us for an invigorating conversation with our leading panel:

  • Tim Kelsey – CEO, Australian Digital Health Agency
  • Kathryn North – Director, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
  • Nicholas Gruen – CEO, Lateral Economics
  • David Watts – Adjunct Professor, Commissioner for Privacy and Data Protection, Office of the Commissioner for Privacy and Data Protection