Darren Toh is an Associate Professor in the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. He is a pharmacoepidemiologist with an interest in the comparative safety and effectiveness research of medical products. His research has been focused on 1) assessing the risks and benefits of medical products using electronic data collected as part of healthcare delivery, and 2) developing and applying privacy-protecting analytic and data-sharing methods to improve the feasibility, efficiency, and validity of multi-center research. To learn more about Dr. Toh's work, read his ROCC Star Profile.
Preserving Privacy in Data Sharing
An ongoing challenge of conducting multicenter comparative effectiveness research studies is the complexity and administrative burden required in addressing privacy and data security. In this webinar, Dr. Darren Toh highlights new privacy-protecting analytics, data-sharing methods, and examples of how researchers and health system leaders are applying them to enhance multicenter collaboration.