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Episode Info: We live in a data-rich world, and any of us that spend time online already know that our data footprint is being tracked and analyzed for a multiple of reasons...including marketing. But what is the ultimate value of health records that are being kept within health systems? In this episode, hosts Reed Smith and Chris Boyer discuss why health records command such a high price on the dark web, how data is de-identified (and if it can be reversed). They are joined by Jeremy Mittler from Crossix in which he shares how de-identified data can be leveraged for marketing effectiveness.  Mentions from the Show:Sutter Health sued for allegedly sharing patients' health data with Facebook, GooglePatient medical records sell for $1K on dark webGuidance Regarding Methods for De-identification of Protected Health Information in Accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy RuleThe Outlook for Data 2019: A Snapshot Into the Evolving Role of Audience InsightAI can re-identify de-identified health data, study findsJeremy Mittler on LinkedInCrossix on TwitterCrossix websiteCrossix blogStrategic Marketing for Health Care conference SHSMD Connections 2019 2019 Mayo Clinic Social Media Network Annual Conference 2019 Healthcare Internet Conference Find Us Online: Touchpoint podcast TwitterReed Smith TwitterChris Boyer TwitterChris Boyer websiteSocial Health Institute ...
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