Protecting the Identity of Patients
Clinacuity offers a new system to automatically de-identify clinical notes and structured data found in the electronic health record, to then improve the availability of clinical data for secondary uses, as well as ameliorate the protection of patient data confidentiality.
We Know Healthcare.
Healthcare is complicated, with multiple stakeholders and data quantity and complexity already overwhelming human abilities. Unstructured clinical data is particularly difficult to analyze, often ungrammatical and composed of short, telegraphic phrases, rich in ambiguous abbreviations and misspellings. We have years of experience understanding and analyzing both.Learn More
CROs & Data aggregators
Clinical research software vendors
Organizations managing PHI
Partnerships and Collaborations
Clinacuity provides solutions to unlock the unstructured data in the Electronic Health Record, producing actionable clinical information that supports clinical care in real time while also protecting the privacy and confidentiality of patient information.
Automatic clinical data de-identification
CliniDeID® automatically de-identifies clinical notes and structured data according to the HIPAA Safe Harbor method. It accurately finds identifiers and replaces them with tags or realistic surrogates for better anonymity. It improves access to richer, more detailed, and more accurate clinical data for clinical researchers. It eases research data sharing, and helps healthcare organizations protect patient data confidentiality.Learn More
We welcome MUSC as new customer for CliniDeID
We welcome the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) as new customer for CliniDeID and look forward to…Read More
Free CliniDeID license for research on COVID-19
To support research efforts aiming at COVID-19 and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, Clinacuity is offering FREE full licenses for…Read More
CliniDeID doing great when compared with other text de-identification tools
As presented yesterday (March 23, 2020) by Paul Heider (MUSC, Charleston, SC) at the AMIA Summits conference converted…Read More
New technology transfer grant from NIGMS
The NIH National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) has awarded a new technology transfer grant to Clinacuity…Read More