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We aggregate and analyze data from socioeconomics, EHR, breath, blood, saliva, stool, urine, DNA, sweat, hair, and your vitals. Your HEALTH DATA has carries many answers. With current advances in Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and high power computing we can cross-reference data from multiple sources providing your doctor with a comprehensive view of your health risk factors. We constantly retrain our models with anonymous health data connected to our databank via a secure channel. Large data samples are beneficial for the accuracy of data models. This increases the abilities of AI to discover health risks much sooner in comparison to traditional methods, potentially saving lives. Most doctors concentrate on detection, our machine-learning models are focused on prevention and risk assessments.
The first step in healthcare involves a compilation of previous health history and medical records. This is efficiently carried out by digital automation as all minute parameters affecting the patient’s health, and the dose-response details of all previous medication can be retracted and analyzed faster and more consistently. While consulting an individual patient with a certain set of symptoms, the doctor can pull out hundreds of other cases with similar symptoms from the database and discuss the reactions to a certain set of medications. It involves an informed discussion between both sides and brings medication to a personal care level and allows confidence building.
HIPAA PRIVACY and SECURITY
Privacy And Security
Privacy and Security Rules, defined by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to implement the requirement of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), address the use, disclosure, and privacy rights of individuals’ protected health information (PHI) and security standards for protecting certain health information that is held or transferred in electronic form (e-PHI).
Privacy and Security Rules apply to HIPAA covered entities and contracted business associates which transmit health information in electronic form in connection with a transaction for which the Secretary of HHS has adopted standards under HIPAA. All covered entities must have been compliant with the Privacy Rule by April 14, 2003, small health plans April 14, 2004, and with the Security Rule by April 20, 2005, small health plans April 20, 2006. Within HHS, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has responsibility for enforcing the Privacy and Security Rules.
Deepbody is committed to the privacy and security of healthcare data and meets or exceeds HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule requirements.