Join us for ONC’s workshop on eConsent!
Improving informed consent is central to SOC Institute’s work. So we’re grateful to ONC for tackling this vital topic – and for inviting us to help shape and present its Aug. 16 eConsent workshop. Learn more and register to attend.
Project Unify is an advanced, cross-industry and cross-sector development project of Stewards of Change Institute and its National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC).
Our new report focuses on the nuts and bolts of improving consent, such as legal and technical issues.It also explains our open-source proof-of-concept initiative, the Consent Service Utility (CSU). Most importantly, it gives voice to “people with lived expertise,” those in underserved communities who stand to gain the most from progress.
The processes for obtaining, revoking and managing consent are still highly siloed and often paper-based. SOCI has decided to sharply focus its 2022 activities on bringing them into the 21st Century.
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