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TripleBlind Data Privacy Solution Achieves HIPAA Compliance

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TripleBlind, creator of a rapid, efficient and cost effective data privacy and clean room solution based on breakthroughs in advanced mathematics, announced it has entered the $3.8 trillion health care market now that it has a full suite of HIPAA compliant solutions. This comes on the heels of its announcement that TripleBlind is collaborating with Mayo Clinic researchers who will use TripleBlind tools to train new algorithms on encrypted data and validate interoperability of encrypted algorithms on encrypted data.

By eliminating manual anonymization and simplifying the compliance and legal processes around sharing data, health care organizations that use TripleBlind solutions can save significant amounts of time, resources and expenses. Additionally, TripleBlind’s patented automatic de-identification technology allows utilization of all the available data about a patient, including data elements that had to be stripped off during anonymization, without the possibility of identifying individuals through reverse engineering.

“Some of the largest health care data breaches of the past five years have single-handedly impacted as many as 80 million people – almost all of those breaches were outright caused by, or made easier, due to decrypted data,” said Riddhiman Das, co-founder and CEO of TripleBlind. “The health care industry still has much work to do concerning properly protecting patient data. TripleBlind’s clean room solution removes most of the risk. It is the only solution that enforces HIPAA compliance with every API call and doesn’t just rely on good-faith adherence to BAA.”

How TripleBlind for Health Care Works

TripleBlind encrypts, and never decrypts, data or algorithms, allowing only approved operations to be executed. Its virtual clean room ensures compliance for all collaborating parties as they never share raw patient data. On the other side, data scientists can perform all the operations they ordinarily would without the risk of working with raw data.

By eliminating decryption or the manual steps involved with de-identification, TripleBlind enables:

  • Usage of all data without the risk of re-identification;
  • No exposure of any raw health data, but usage of real data for training, inference and analysis;
  • Generalization of algorithms on varied datasets to reduce bias;
  • Normalization and feature engineering of data without breaking privacy;
  • Full interoperability without any hardware dependencies or moving data outside the firewall.

Health Care Use Cases

TripleBlind’s rapid, efficient and cost-effective data privacy and data clean room solution unlocks new opportunities for the health care industry, such as:

  • Health care companies and institutions can develop more accurate and less biased novel AI models by utilizing richer, more diverse third-party clinical datasets that are currently difficult or impossible to access, while respecting patient privacy;
  • Health care institutions and companies can collaborate around data that’s difficult or impossible to de-identify via other means, like genetic and biometric data;
  • Digital health data platforms can allow partners to run their algorithms on its encrypted data with no chance of counter-party data abuse;
  • Research institutes can create new revenue streams by licensing AI diagnostic algorithms without fear of reverse engineering;
  • Hospitals worldwide can get access to sophisticated AI algorithms as compliance with local and regional privacy standards becomes enforceable via an API;
  • Health care organizations can deliver digital medicine globally and more easily enforce compliance with global privacy standards.



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