TP81 – Data Personalization: When Useful Becomes Creepy

TP81 – Data Personalization: When Useful Becomes Creepy

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With the introduction of HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996), health systems, researchers and data scientists were given access to the use of de-identified patient data for a variety of clinical purposes. Over the last 20 years, however, the advancements of digital technologies, social platforms and marketing data analysis have advanced the usefulness of patient data for many purposes. In this episode, hosts Chris Boyer and Reed Smith discuss how hospitals and health systems are using this data for effective marketing and personalization, the potential concern patients have with the use of this data and how retail trends continue to evolve the ability to use this data to develop effective experiences. Featuring an expert interview with CRM expert consultant, Justin Rodriguez, in which he share strategies hospitals can adopt to create a data-first strategy with their marketing.

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Chris Boyer

Chris Boyer

Director, Digital Strategy & Analytics, M Health/Fairview Health. Principal, @chrisboyer LLC. Co-host

Reed Smith

VP @jarrardinc, Advisor @MayoClinic Social Media Network and @SXSW Health & MedTech. @SocialHealthIns and @tpmnetwork founder