Maintaining patient data security and privacy at Mount Sinai with CLiX ENRICH [Video]

Maintaining the security and privacy of patient information is paramount to conducting clinical research and often times a prohibitive factor to deploying third party solutions.

Forerunners in the use of automation to find eligible patients to enroll in clinical trials highlight the advantage of using CLiX ENRICH for Clinical Trials whereby they can process clinical narrative from EMR data that is full of references to Personal Health Information (PHI) to extract relevant de-identified structured data.

In this video blog, we talked to Dr. Steven Coca, Dr. Girish Nadkarni and Stephen Ellis from Mount Sinai about how CLiX ENRICH for Clinical Trials enables the use of rich patient data while maintaining the security and privacy of patient information.

A paradigm shift at Mount Sinai [Video]

Traditional methods of patient recruitment are no longer feasible as clinical trials grow ever more complex – spanning across multiple sites, searching wider patient populations and often falling short of target.

Researchers at Mount Sinai are making a paradigm shift in how they find and rank eligible patients by using CLiX ENRICH for Clinical Trials to analyze vast amounts of clinical data in the hundreds of thousands of patient records they hold. By replacing manual methods with automation, they’re setting a new standard in timely, cost effective patient recruitment.

In this video blog, we spoke to Dr. Steven Coca, Dr. Girish Nadkarni and Stephen Ellis to understand the difference that CLiX ENRICH for Clinical Trials is making.

Watch the video