With the increasing focus on the benefits and promises that artificial intelligence and machine learning may deliver across every business market, company executives and board members must not ignore the potential risks to their organizations.
This webinar will provide senior executives and board members (1) an overview of the increased investment in the use of AI/ML in a variety of sectors, including healthcare and life sciences, and the benefits derived from those investments; (2) the risks (reputational, financial, and legal/regulatory) posed to the corporate enterprises using AI/ML both within and outside of their organizations in the healthcare and life sciences industries through 4-5 illustrative use cases; and finally (3) recommend strategies for senior executives and board members to establish and implement governance and oversight policies and procedures best practices.
Participants must register by Noon on September 26th to receive details on joining the discussion. The Zoom link will be sent out 24 hours before the event.
Please note that no refunds will be issued.
Partner, Healthcare - King & Spalding
Tamra Moore is a partner at international law firm King & Spalding advising clients in government-facing litigation and investigations including those initiated by DOJ, FTC, CFPB and State Attorneys General. She also advises digital health and technology companies about compliance with anti-fraud and anti-discrimination laws, AI due diligence, global AI policy development, among other issues. Prior to joining King & Spalding, Tamra was senior litigation counsel at a Fortune 100, global aerospace and defense technology company, where she managed a diverse litigation docket and played a key role in developing the company’s AI governance framework. Recognizing the growing importance of AI to clients that develop products that rely on AI or use AI technologies in their business operations, Tamra obtained a certification in global AI policy. A recognized authority in AI ethics, she is a peer reviewer for the Journal of AI & Ethics and has spoken at national conferences on AI ethics, the use of race-based algorithms in clinical decision-making, and bias mitigation.
Earlier in her career, Tamra was senior counsel in the Department of Justice’s Civil Division, Federal Programs Branch, where she represented the United States in complex and novel legal challenges to federal policies and programs impacting the healthcare and other regulated industries and gained extensive knowledge of federal administrative law. Tamra also has experience litigating under federal consumer protection and civil rights laws based on her tenure as senior litigation counsel in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and as a staff attorney in the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, Division of Financial Practices.
Partner, Data, Privacy and Security - King & Spalding
Adam Solander is a data, privacy and security, health care, and employee benefits partner at King & Spalding, and provides counsel on data breach and cybersecurity issues across various industries, particularly health care. He also advises clients on issues related to managed care laws and telemedicine.
Adam has experience helping clients preparing for, responding to, and recovering from data, privacy and security incidents. He is a Certified CSF Practitioner, a designation given by the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST). This organization provides training to develop and maintain effective security programs for health care and life sciences companies that comply with security laws, regulations, and standards, including HITECH, HIPAA, PCI, JCAHO, CMS, ISO, NIST, and various other federal, state, and business requirements.
Much of Adam’s experience is centered around assisting health care clients with HIPAA compliance, ERISA, managed care laws, telemedicine, and privacy and data security. He also assisted private equity companies with evaluating privacy and security and employee benefits compliance risk in connection with potential investments.
Quality Operations Strategy Lead for Google Assistant and VP of Programs for HBSANC
Eli has held a variety of strategy, operations, and engineering roles at multiple companies, including Boeing, the Boston Consulting Group, and Amazon. He has a BSE in Aerospace Engineering and an ME in Space Systems Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
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