Safeguard patient information
Data, document, and image anonymization and redaction technology that empowers Sponsors to share information with confidence, knowing that patient and company confidentiality are protected.
#BeTransparent and protect patient privacy at the same time
Sponsors want to foster a collaborative scientific community, but privacy and IP concerns can often complicate matters. ANONYMIZE enables rapid, accurate data and document anonymization and redaction so you can join the conversation.
In order to share, you must first protect
Shield structured and unstructured information
ANONYMIZE employs powerful machine learning to enable Sponsors to redact or anonymize unstructured clinical documents, structured datasets, and medical images.
Use ANONYMIZE to quantify the risk of re-identification and generate risk assessment reports. By anonymizing data and documents together, you save time.
Facilitate further research
With ANONYMIZE, Sponsors can maintain the integrity of study data and enable secondary analysis, while applying a range of information-protection measures, including the ability to:
- Scramble patient IDs
- Mask private information
- Change ages to age ranges
- Engage full or pseudo anonymization
Meet new compliance requirements
For years, many Sponsors did not post redacted or anonymized trial reports, but new regulations are increasing these transparency demands. Unfortunately, manual redaction of Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word, and other files is difficult and time consuming.
Now ANONYMIZE automates the process, redacting and anonymizing information at the same time in the same document.
- Personal protected information
- Personal protected data
- Commercial confidential information
Do what you do best
With TrialAssure managed services, you can focus on clinical research and development while we handle your clinical data sharing, disclosure, and transparency functions—and even respond to queries from governing bodies.
Embrace Anonymization of Personal Information
The preferred strategy of global health authorities
View our one sheet to understand the benefits of anonymization, as well as policy and guidance from the European Medicines Agency and Health Canada.