Understanding Washington's My Health My Data Act

The Washington My Health My Data Act, also known as House Bill 1155, addresses the collection, sharing, and selling of consumer health data. Washington's Governor, Jay Inslee, signed the act into law on Thursday, April 27th, and it will generally take effect on March 31, 2024, with the exception of small businesses, extending the enforcement date to June 30, 2024.

Join OneTrust DataGuidance and a panel of legal experts to better understand the personal health data protected by the law, requirements for consent, the collection and selling of data under the law, and what organizations can do to ensure they are equipped to comply.

Key takeaways include:

  • An overview of the My Health My Data Act
  • A breakdown of the requirements and what businesses can do to prepare

Featured speakers

David Stauss

Partner, Husch Blackwell

Mike Hintze

Member Partner, Hintze Law PLLC

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