Recorded July 17, 2020 | November.20.2020
In our third episode, Shannon Yavorsky talks with Deven McGraw, Co-Founder and Chief Regulatory Officer at healthtech platform Ciitizen and former Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy at the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Together, they discuss the limitations of HIPAA, the challenges of a state-by-state privacy law approach and ways to share health info without compromising patient privacy.
Deven McGraw is the Co-Founder and Chief Regulatory Officer at Ciitizen, a consumer health technology company. She previously directed U.S. health privacy and security for the United States as the Deputy Director, Health Information Privacy at the HHS Office for Civil Rights and Chief Privacy Officer (Acting) of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT. Widely recognized for her expertise in health privacy, she directed the Health Privacy Project at the Center for Democracy and Technology for six years and led the privacy and security policy work for the HITECH Health IT Policy Committee. She also served as the Chief Operating Officer of the National Partnership for Women and Families.