Solving the Biggest Challenge – Protecting the Privacy Rights of Patients
Critical issues in the protection of data assets, risk management, and liability are increasingly challenging. With privacy data being communicated in emails, faxes, unstructured content, and traditional paper forms, the chances of privacy information becoming a compliance liability is a foregone conclusion. The developing landscape of regulatory compliance indicates more requirements to protect data will be mandated. Organizations must employ proactive oversight to identify all potential data exposures, to minimize organizational risk and ensure the safety of patient data.
The Concept Searching Difference
Proactively identifies unprotected privacy data from within content, eliminating data exposures
Automatically enforces compliance, based upon classification decisions
Improves search outcomes and enables concept-based hybrid searching across repositories
Automatically declares documents of record and processes, according to organizationally-defined workflows
Paper and digital information is overwhelming, and the healthcare sector is responsible for an unending amount of information – where it is stored, its confidentiality level, and asset safety. Finding information isn’t always easy. Misfiled records and records that are not updated mean the chance for error is high. Healthcare and health insurance has a long, twisted labyrinth of information that somehow must make sense. Lives and money depend on it. Concept Searching makes sense of content. Enabling concept-based searching, finding the relationships among seemingly dissimilar content, and proactively identifying confidential and privacy data before breaches occur. The enterprise framework functions in the background, 24/7, to protect and govern unstructured and semi-structured content, enabling you to find it when you need it.