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Why and How to Hire for Potential

I compare it to the Compounding Effect in finance. I’ve written about this since 2018. I think personal growth is very similar to compound interest: it tends to be exponential. A lot of people in the first half of their career journey have the capacity to increase their personal skills at a rate of 2 or 3 times a year.

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Comparing Bloom filters and tokenization for matching de-identified patient data

Datavant’s mission is to connect the world’s healthcare data to improve patient outcomes while maintaining patient privacy. HIPAA has a list of 18 pieces of identifying information that must be removed in order to satisfy the Safe Harbor method of de-identification, and offers further guidance on how parts of patient data can be included in a record while still qualifying as “de-identified.”

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Ksenia Aleksankina: Accelerating Expert-Led Privacy-Preserving Technology for the Health Data Ecosystem

Privacy Hub by Datavant offers industry-leading, independent HIPAA disclosure risk assessment and expert determination products and services, incorporating a breadth of analytical technologies and leveraging decades of experience of the world’s leading experts from across the field.

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Algorithmic Overlap Estimations (part 1)

This is the first of a two-part post discussing some of the research behind our recently launched Datavant Trials, a web-based trial tokenization solution that helps bridge the gap between clinical trials and real-world data (RWD) to accelerate research-grade evidence generation. In this post, we outline our interest in and approaches to computing overlap between datasets that play a significant role in our trial tokenization product.

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Datavant Future of Healthcare Hackathon Grand Prize Winner: PostOp | Physical Therapy AI

From September 8–11, Datavant hosted its first annual Future of Healthcare Hackathon. Over 200 attendees spent the weekend developing innovative solutions to improve the future of healthcare. We are excited to announce the various winners of the Hackathon, starting with our Grand Prize Winner: PostOp | Physical Therapy AI. Read on to learn more about this fantastic project, which uses artificial intelligence to help physical therapy patients continue their recoveries at home.

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Datavant Future of Healthcare Hackathon Runner-Up: HomeClinic: Closing the Testing Gap

From September 8–11, Datavant hosted its first annual Future of Healthcare Hackathon. Over 200 attendees spent the weekend developing innovative solutions to improve the future of healthcare. This week, we are excited to announce the various winners of the Hackathon.

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Datavant Future of Healthcare Hackathon: Best Public Health App

Since moving to the U.S., Edward Gent has been struck by the severity of the American opioid crisis. Bringing his broad awareness of comorbidities between different types of addiction, he aimed to leverage current approaches to cell phone addiction as a means to treat more serious and sinister opioid addictions.

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Datavant Future of Healthcare Hackathon Best Patient Care App: Wavy Zone

Tiffani Snider — Tiffani is a retired Marine Sergant and mental health professional specializing in Veteran trauma, LBGTQ+ equality and bridging the gap in Veteran Affair services in underserved population. Tiffani works in partnerships with Veteran owned businesses across the US to raise awareness around Veteran suicide prevention tactics.

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Datavant Future of Healthcare Hackathon Best Privacy App: Count Me In

Count Me In aims to put the power of health data back in the hands of the people. The app allows people to choose what data they have access to, who can use that data, and how much they should be reimbursed for having that data. Count Me In is positioned in contrast to the current state of healthcare, where data can be a form currency in the healthcare market.

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