Would you share your health data?

“There is a fundamental willingness by patients to share their data with us. In my experience, the closer the use of their data is tied to a personal situation or condition, the more pronounced is their willingness to contribute to medical progress.”
Tim M. Jäger Global Head of Diagnostics Information Solutions, Roche

With whom would people share their health data?

66

with their doctor

43

with their health plan or hospital

34

with state/public health agencies

31

with pharmaceutical companies

Transparency is key for patients

“Ultimately, patients want to contribute to the bigger picture, they want better care for their disease and new treatments. The resistance comes from the use of data in a non-transparent way, in ways that weren’t made clear from the beginning.”
Noga Leviner Co-founder & CEO of PicnicHealth
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Patients should benefit

“Open exchange of data, including with competitors, would empower all actors to tap into the significant potential for value creation. Patients who make their data available should be able to benefit as a result. Not only directly as individuals but also indirectly by ensuring that the data is used to create maximal quality of life for patients.”
Nicole Gusset Head of the patient advocate group SMA Switzerland
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When it comes to healthcare, consumers are most concerned about:

Privacy

80

Data security

76

Cost of healthcare

73

Why we collect data

“It is a privilege to work with patient data. We need to treat that data with respect, ensuring protection of patient privacy and prevention of unauthorised access. But we should also be transparent with patients about our goals: Finding answers to the most important scientific questions is the prime reason why we are collecting data.”
Mark Lee Global Head for Personalised Healthcare, Roche
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Tags: Patients, Science, Personalised Healthcare