The Medical Industry Leadership Institute Student Association is hosting a healthcare-specific session at this year's Tech Cities 2018  conference 

Big Data: If Health Data is a Private Good, Who Should Have Control? 

Session Description:

This session will be organized as an Oxford-Style debate surrounding the question of how healthcare data should be collected and controlled - should it be a public or private good? The debate ensures to be lively as our speakers discuss the role of and concerns with big data in healthcare. 


Speakers Include:

Stefan Gildemeister - Health Economist & Director of the Health Economics Program, Minnesota Department of Health

Kurt Waltenbaugh - Founder, Carrot Health

Mark Sexton - Creative Director, Optum


Event Details & Registration:

Tech Cities takes place at Carlson on  Friday, March 2nd 12-6pm.

The specific healthcare data debate session is 4-4:45 and will be followed by a networking happy hour from 5-6pm. 

Register here - the conference is only $10 for students!