Matt Ford, Ph.D., P.E., Principal Architect, Protenus
Learn why using AI helps compliance officers detect more privacy violations than humanly possible while requiring fewer resources.
Artificial intelligence, as we know it, is nothing new — in fact, it's been around since the 1950s. It's typically defined as the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, but here at Protenus we see things a bit differently. At its core AI is just math all the way down, math that aids in complex information processing, but simply math nonetheless. To be sure, harnessing its power helps our customers do more than humanly possible with fewer resources, but only when it's combined with the irreplaceable expertise of compliance specialists.
The Power of AI
For instance, did you know that the average hospital generates 60 million auditable events per month, but only audits 1,000 of them? It would be impossible for any compliance team, especially during these times of budget cuts and workforce shortages, to keep tabs on all those events. By using the power of modern computers, coupled with the Protenus AI developed by our world-class team of data scientists and engineers, our customers can monitor up to 100% of those events to ensure that threats to their organizational reputation and their patients' safety don't slip by unnoticed.
If you want to learn more about how AI helps healthcare organizations monitor everything so you can spend your valuable time on what really matters, join me in our first Tiny Talk, The Power of AI to Detect Privacy Violations launching in February 2022. Sign up now so you’ll never miss an episode of this insightful, succinct recorded series you can watch anytime at your own pace.
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