A recent report from the Center for Democracy and Technology examines decentralizing analysis of health data to better protect privacy.

“As the digitization of health records makes it easier and more cost effective to share and analyze health data, policymakers and businesses are increasingly looking to use health data for secondary purposes--uses beyond that for which the health data were originally collected,” according to the report.

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