CLOUD COMPUTING FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT

HIMSS18 Annual Conference
Wynn Las Vegas
Mar. 5, 2018

Leslie Trout

Privacy Officer, Data Governance and Management
Philips HealthSuite Digital Platform

Leslie Trout is a privacy officer with Koninklijke Philips in the Global Privacy Office. Leslie has over 20 years’ experience in information technologies, security and privacy in the healthcare sector. Currently her role supports a number of business ventures within Innovation and Strategy and the HealthSuite Digital Platform. While at Philips Leslie has held a number of positions in IT, research and development, clinical affairs, product security and privacy. She has participated on a number of industry working groups, and leads the Global Privacy Office Council on Data Governance and De-Identification. Her focus is on privacy and security strategies that advance Philips worldwide opportunities to develop connected health solutions, such as the advancement of connecting consumers and patients with their care providers through the cloud, big-data analytics, digital platforms and clinical research. This includes monitoring and maintaining compliance to the various privacy, security, cybersecurity, eHealth standards and regulations to manage associated risks. 

Leslie holds a number of industry recognized certifications, and is an active member of the Medical Device Privacy Consortium, InfraGuard, HITRUST, Cloud Security Alliance, International Association of Privacy Professionals, ISC2, and ISACA. 

 

 

March 5, 2018
3:15pm - 3:45pm
Mouton 2

Information governance and privacy are at the forefront of business, consumer and patient concerns. New technologies enable businesses and governments to collect and analyze exponentially greater quantities of information.  Meanwhile, privacy laws greatly restrict the sharing of individually identifiable health information, which prevents researchers around the world from accessing data and collaborating.

A governance framework that includes data-risk benefit analysis and evidence-based practices can enable an organization to obtain the right tools to achieve and sustain demonstrable data governance and unlock data. 

Key takeaways from this presentation:

  • Responsible data stewardship: Builds and maintains patient and consumer trust.
  • Risk benefits analysis: Unlocks the value of data for broader uses and knowledge building by design.
  • Cloud enablement: Technologies that support centralized data-driven transformation.

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