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Whitepapers & Special Reports

How to Safeguard for PHI
Context is king when it comes to safeguarding Protected Health Information (PHI). As patients, we share many personal details with our care providers. Concerns over who has access to this information and how it may be used can cause us as much worry as our health issues. Effectively safeguarding PHI means knowing who will have access to the data, how it will be stored and what details it contains. In other words, its context for use.

Recent whitepapers include:


Parexel     Reducing the Risks inherent in Emergency medical Contact and Unblinding
Privacy Analytics     De-Identification 101
Terascala logo     An Infrastructure to Meet Today's Life Sciences Research Requirements
Perceptive Informatics logo     From Convergence Vision to Reality
Persistent logo     Bridging the gap between compliance and innovation
Novella Clinical logo     Global Oncology Trials: Planning For Success
OpenText logo     Comply or Perish: Maintaining 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance
Remedy logo     Enterprise Informatics: Key to Precision Medicine, Scientific Breakthroughs, and Competitive Advantage
EMC logo     LIFE SCIENCES AT RENCI - Big Data IT to manage, decipher, and inform


 Perceptive Informatics logo
     Part One: Taming Technology Chaos
     A Vision of eClinical’s Future
Sapio logo

    Laboratory Management for Clinical and Research NGS Labs

 EMC logo
     Hadoop's Rise in Life Sciences  
 Novella Clinical logo
     Optimizing Early Phase Oncology Clinical Trials
 Remedy logo
     Translational Research 2.0 by Chris Asakiewicz PhD
 Perceptive Informatics logo
     Unlocking the Value of Observational Research  
     Cutting Costs, Saving Time: Improving Life Sciences Operations with Digital Signatures 


To promote your whitepaper with Clinical Informatics News or Bio-IT World, please contact:   


Companies A-K 
Katelin Fitzgerald
Manager, Business Dev.      
Tel: 781-972-5458
Companies L-Z 
Terry Manning
Manager, Business Dev. 
Tel: 781-972-1349 



For reprints and/or copyright permission, please contact Terry Manning, 781.972.1349.