A Fortune 100 employer operates critical infrastructure in a sensitive industry. As an organization, it worries about issues like North Korean hackers and critical infrastructure that keeps America running.
This employer takes information security very seriously, in all aspects of its business. Its HIPAA Compliance Officer prioritizes protecting the enterprise and its information, even if it means foregoing relationships with service providers that could create value for the plan. If the choice is between protecting data and saving money, this enterprise must prioritize the protection of its data.
The Lockbox gives this enterprise everything it needs. By systematically de-identifying data and using anonymous but persistent IDs, this enterprise safely shares data with third parties which in turn create value for the plan. It does so without compromising its security standards.
From the Benefits Director: "If Abett wasn't so sophisticated on the back end…we probably wouldn't be sending out our data to anyone."