health policy

Casey Quinlan

The real revolution that I’d like to start is the ‘If you’re selling my data, cut me in” movement.
— Casey Quinlan

One of health's most outspoken patient advocates and Twitter voices @mightycasey, podcaster Casey Quinlan of Mighty Casey Media talks about her patient journey as a cancer survivor -- and why the awful experience led her to tattoo a QR code linking to her electronic medical record to her chest.

The 'physical political protest' is tied to her passionate views about the lack of data liquidity in healthcare and how patients suffer as a result. The 'gun-slinger' is looking for others to join her new "If You're Selling My Health Data, Cut Me In" Movement and weighs in on why more patients aren't clamoring after their health data to push real change in the healthcare system.