Join the Network in Plymouth, Michigan (30 minutes outside of Detroit) for a Summit focused on strategies to collect, use, share and protect multi-sector data to improve the health of communities. The Summit will examine current data sharing initiatives and provide practical, in-depth information and tools to navigate a complex legal landscape.

Sessions will focus on balancing the need to share different types of data while complying with law and maintaining community trust in critical areas including:

  • Law enforcement and criminal justice
  • Behavioral and mental health, primary health care
  • Housing, transportation and human services
  • Public health and environmental health

We are very excited to announce Vivian Singletary, director of the Public Health Informatics Institute (PHII), a program of the Task Force for Global Health, will be our Keynote! Ms. Singletary guides PHII’s work to improve health outcomes worldwide by strengthening health practitioner’s abilities to use information effectively. Her experience combines almost 20 years in systems development and in public health.

Who should attend?

  • attorneys
  • privacy officers
  • health officials
  • public health and community practitioners
  • others interested in how data can advance public health

Who should sponsor?

Data is the lifeblood of public health practice and research. Support the advancement of this critical component to advancing community health through your sponsorship.

  • philanthropic foundations
  • corporate foundations
  • law firms and legal services
  • public health agencies, programs and networks
  • advocacy organizations
  • data service organizations

 The 2019 Public Health Law Summit is organized by: