Article Title: Eric Lefkosky On Medical Data, Is It really Secure?

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Eric Lefkosky is a revolutionary entrepreneur in the world of medical technology. Eric believes in shaping health information systems to create a secure atmosphere for the transfer of medical data. He is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tempus Health Solutions. Lefkosky has also co-founded Groupon, Lightbank, Mediaocean, Echo Global Logistics, And InnerWorkings among other companies.

Eric holds a Degree from the University of Michigan. He also has a Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School. In addition, Elefkosky is a professor at University of Chicago and has authored ‘Accelerated Disruption.’

His Take on Medical Data and Secure Sharing

Medical data is quite sensitive. The access and sharing of such data has been a critical matter over time. Eric admits that medical data is personal. He, however, states that patients have no use for their medical data. In that case, systems in which medical data can be shared, considering the security, is vital. Professionals in health start-ups, including Eric Topol, admit that the U.S. is yet to achieve the security and storage required for medical data.

Baltic, for example, stores their citizen’s medical data on block chains. This allows secure retrieval and sharing of data, with the help of the government, at the point of need. Eric Topol states that various people/organizations exploit US citizens’ data. The handlers even sell the data to data mining companies. The dark web has become a go-to zone for private medical data making citizen’s medical information vulnerable.

Patients would rather own their medical data than keep it in hospital servers and tech companies. The only way to save health records and informatics is to adopt the Baltic Republic’s approach. In so doing, all nations must cooperate to promote data security. Eric Lefkosky agrees that medical data is safer with patients. He, however, states that it is necessary to build systems that promote secure sharing of health information. This step would go a long way in reducing the vulnerability of such data.

Eric in Charity

Besides the passion for medical technology, Eric Lefkosky has a heart for the community. The tech investor believes in constantly improving the quality of life. He founded Lefkosky Family Foundation alongside his wife. The main aim was to add life to cancer warriors and victors.

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