June 1, 2021

Finally, A Decision Healthcare Leaders Can Make Without Losing Sleep

Things have never been easy in healthcare, a massive industry full of complexities, but hospitals and health systems have been forced to make especially difficult decisions in the past 14 months. From suspending non-urgent procedures, to laying off employees or closing altogether amid financial strain, and in some cases, turning away patients, the choices thrust upon healthcare leaders during the pandemic were ones no one could have anticipated. 

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May 24, 2021

Insider-Related Breaches Spike After 4-Year Decline, Potentially Costing Hospitals Millions

As the pandemic wreaked havoc on the healthcare industry, the number of U.S. patient records breached by hospital insiders more than doubled in 2020, surpassing a staggering 8.5 million, according to the recently published Protenus Breach Barometer®. 

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May 24, 2021

Employee Spotlight: Ben Markowitz, Principal Designer

Our mission at Protenus is to advance the science of healthcare by bringing together creative and skilled individuals who are passionate about the security, usability, and applicability of health data. As this information becomes more voluminous, comprehensive, and, as a consequence, more vulnerable, we are building scalable, insightful solutions that address critical issues preventing the efficient, safe, and effective delivery of patient care. 

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May 17, 2021

A $25B Health System's Investment Arm is Banking on Protenus — Your Hospital Should, Too

Providence Ventures, a $300 million Venture Capital fund that invests on behalf of Providence St. Joseph Health, has been closely watching the emergence of artificial intelligence in healthcare technology for years; the potential applications are innumerable.  

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April 27, 2021

Employee Spotlight: Kylie Taylor, Director of Sales Development

Our mission at Protenus is to advance the science of healthcare by bringing together creative and skilled individuals who are passionate about the security, usability, and applicability of health data. As this information becomes more voluminous, comprehensive, and, as a consequence, more vulnerable, we are building scalable, insightful solutions that address critical issues preventing the efficient, safe, and effective delivery of patient care. 

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