Author Archives: Protenus

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Using econometrics to close the medical research gap

In healthcare, the possibilities presented by the proliferation of electronic data are endless: faster and more accurate disease recognition, improved treatment, and lower costs.

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No, we're not all cyber doomed

Exploring the cybersecurity issues facing governments, policymakers, and society in an attempt to convince you the world isn’t cyber-doomed.

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Closing the trust gap in healthcare

There exists the classic axiom of Fenno’s Paradox — the idea that people hate Congress, but love their own congressperson. While some clever statisticians have called this into question, the lesson remains powerful and enduring: Institutions can often be far less than the sum of their parts.

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Report: insider threats to patient data remain unnoticed

The Breach Barometer reported health data breaches took an average of 387 days to discover.

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Insider-Wrongdoing incident took 5+ years to discover

There has been another string of insider breaches first reported in September that have taken at least a year to discover, and in some cases several years lapsed before discovery. It’s paramount for healthcare organizations to become more proactive and efficient at detecting these insider breaches, as the organization’s reputation and patient...

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