Associate Professor of Markets, Public Policy & Law Rena Conti had an op-ed featured in Business Insider on how to incentivize vaccine recipients to share their health data. Rena argues that entering recipients into a monetary lottery if they provide this information will ensure that there is enough data for researchers to study.
“The US is about to embark on the largest vaccination campaign in our history. Billions of public dollars have been spent to develop and manufacture COVID-19 vaccines. Spending less than $1 billion to make sure they are working well for all is a bargain we can’t afford to pass up.”