Maize Analytics Operations Director Publishes Thesis: Security and Privacy of the Integrated Clinical Environment Part I
Maize Analytics’ Operations Director, Jason Williams, MSIT, JD, LLM, CIPP/US, recently published the first article of his three-part thesis series: Security and Privacy of the Integrated Clinical Environment in the Journal of Health Care Finance.
In 2019, there was an increase interest and adoption of machine learning and artificial intelligence in healthcare. The industry is seeing the benefits that these tools bring, but questions about where data is and how these tools work are becoming more prevalent, and will be the big trend in 2020.
Engagement with Executive Management: How to Arm Compliance with Specific Data That Informs Decision Making
In our first guest blog post, we have Margaret Hambleton, President of Hambleton Compliance discussing the ways that healthcare compliance teams can utilize data to engage their executive management team.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology just announced the release of the Preliminary Draft of the NIST Privacy Framework: A Tool for Improving Privacy through Enterprise Risk Management. In our most recent blog post, we go over the different topics in the draft and how it will benefit privacy programs.
Monitoring is the 5th element of the 7 elements of an effective compliance program. It is a continuous task that compliance and privacy teams must do to ensure any inappropriate accesses are detected and resolved in a timely manner. When discussing how your team should go about monitoring…
The Maize Analytics team attended the 18th annual SciPy Conference in Austin, Texas. This conference focuses on computing with Python, and brings together industry, academia, and government to showcase their latest projects. Discussions focused on better, faster, and more accurate ways of…