Open Data Advocate Joins Patient Privacy Rights Group as Chief Technology Officer | The Doctor Weighs In
peter.suber's bookmarks 2013-05-27
"The small news is that I [Adrian Gropper] formally joined Patient Privacy Rights as chief technology officer. I have been an extreme advocate for open data for years. For example, I’m a card-carrying member of the Personal Genome Project where I volunteer to post both my genome and most of my medical record. PPR, on the other hand, is well known for publicizing the harms of personal data releases. These two seemingly contradictory perspectives represent the matter-antimatter pair that can power the long march to health reform...."