First Presidential Debate - "Twitter Election" - Protecting Patient Data
October 4, 2012
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
Join us on this week's Capital Thinking as guest host Bret Boyles sits down with the bipartisan panel of Todd Cranford, Vince Frillici, Stephen Diaz Gavin and Bob Horn to recap last night's presidential debate -- the first of a series of debates that can potentially set the tone for the November election -- on domestic policy. The group will comment on the overall performance of both candidates; dissect and analyze key moments of the debate; and provide their projections for the winner going into the General Election. Next, Bret welcomes back social media executives Marcia Newbert and Kurt Hauptman of Edelman to discuss the use of social media during the 2012 presidential race, how it differs from its usage in the 2008 campaigns, and social media's ongoing impact on politics. Finally, popular guest Mel Gates returns to address a major concern in the health care space -- patient data privacy. Mel will explain the importance of data security and how to avoid a breach.
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