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Use Cases and the Technology Enabling Medical Data, Privacy and Anonymization

Use Cases and the Technology Enabling Medical Data, Privacy and Anonymization
  Health data makes up more than 30% of the world’s data (Intel, 2022) — and it’s growing each year. The data is more than tangible, straightforward information, like Read more

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Healthcare Cyberattacks Grew in 2022
February 3, 2023

Concerning data from cybersecurity firm Check Point indicates an increase in cyberattacks on healthcare organizations by 74% in 2022 from the previous year. Healthcare is currently the third most attacked global industry (1,463 attacks per week) behind government/military (1,661 attacks per week) and education/research (2,314 attacks per week.) And in the United States, Healthcare […]

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Top Trends at CES 2023 from Bosch, John Deere, and More
February 3, 2023

Top notch technology and top notch attendance secured CES 2023 its gold medal; to put it simply, this year’s CES was a huge success. The world’s largest and most prominent consumer electronics and technology exhibition, CES served its usual role as a testing ground for ground-breaking innovations across multiple verticals. From 5G to Web3, and […]

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Insurance Companies Should Weight the Growth Potential With Risks When Considering Offering ACA Plans
February 3, 2023

The 2023 open enrollment for ACA health plans saw a 13% increase over 2022. Melanie Musson, an insurance expert with USInsuranceAgents.com, says, “Insurance providers have an opportunity to enter or expand in this growing market, but they should practice caution.” The 2023 Open Enrollment Period (OEP) for Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace health insurance plans […]

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Use Cases and the Technology Enabling Medical Data, Privacy and Anonymization
October 5, 2022

Health data makes up more than 30% of the world’s data (Intel, 2022) — and it’s growing each year. The data is more than tangible, straightforward information, like dates of vaccinations and test results. It also includes contextual data, like neighborhood qualities, diet trackers, exercise trackers, sleep monitors, and more. Intel’s principal health engineer, […]

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Full Circle Healthcare: Information Blocking, Interoperability, and Health Data
August 11, 2022

As the world becomes more digital, there are certain protections in place to help ease the accessibility of health information for each patient. Speaking on the topic of information blocking, Nicki Anderson Director of Compliance with Medsphere Systems Corporation sat down with host Michelle Dawn Mooney to discuss what it is and how it happens. […]

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Health and Life Sciences at the Edge: Privacy Frameworks in Health and Life Sciences
October 26, 2021

The American Journal of Medicine noted that healthcare organizations, or HCOs, require a framework that preserves privacy and supports the kind of data collaboration that will make tomorrow’s scientific and clinical advances possible while still supporting improved patient outcomes and experiences. Establishing this framework is challenging. Can AI solutions meet those privacy requirements for healthcare […]

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Apple Facing a Lawsuit to Remove Telegram Over Hate Speech
January 25, 2021

Social media has been in the political and ethical spotlight over the past few weeks, with former President Trump’s Twitter account being suspended, social media apps like Parler being pulled from the App Store after being used to organize violence at the Capitol, and more. Now, Apple is under fire from the non-profit Coalition […]

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4 Key Lessons in EdTech Data and Analytics
December 16, 2020

In today’s higher education landscape, the collection, appreciation, and usage of data and analytics is not only necessary, it is essential. As our industry continues to adapt and change to new realities, this is even more true, as many institutions are facing new and recurring circumstances around enrollment management, student success, completion, infrastructure, and finance. […]

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Oracle Wins Bid for TikTok But Still Seeks Political Approval
September 18, 2020

The race to buy Gen Z’s favorite social media app, TikTok, has been front and center in the past few weeks. Finally, TikTok’s Chinese parent company, ByteDance, struck a deal with Oracle after turning down bids from Microsoft and Walmart. As President Trump’s ban of TikTok looms this weekend, US officials still need to […]

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COVID-19 and the Concerns of the Healthcare Professional
June 19, 2020

On this episode of I Don’t Care with Kevin Stevenson, Stevenson goes big picture, sourcing insights from his vast network of healthcare professionals to determine the industry’s biggest concerns related to COVID-19 and the world’s slow move toward a new normal in the wake of the pandemic. Stevenson condensed those thoughts into five central concerns […]

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Safe and Sound: Remote Possibilities
June 16, 2020

Student safety and security have never been more important during these grim times. The move to remote learning has made life much more difficult for a much larger population of students. Jeff Patterson, Founder and CEO of Gaggle, watched demand for his company’s services surge this spring. On this episode of Remote Possibilities, He […]

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Business Casual: Signal App Downloads Escalate, Offering Enhanced Protestor Privacy Protection
June 8, 2020

Spiking in downloads while other “encrypted” messaging platforms like WhatsApp and Telegram stagnate, on this segment of Business Casual, Daniel Litwin, Taylor Bagley and Tyler Kern discuss the unprecedented rise in downloads of the privacy-focused Signal app since the unfortunate and highly-controversial death of George Floyd, a black man who tragically died after a […]

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