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Monitoring for privacy compliance with the use of AI in healthcare organizations

Robin Singh (robin@whitecollar.org) is Group Senior Regulatory Affairs and Risk Management, Abu Dhabi Government – Healthcare Sector, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

The artificial intelligence (AI) healthcare space, by 2021, according to an Accenture study, is slated to reach $6.6 billion.[1] AI is continuing to play key roles across sectors and has emerged as an invaluable tool in healthcare. While the benefits of AI are many in healthcare, a lot of debate centers around the increasing use of AI in healthcare and, consequently, data privacy concerns.[2]

According to an IBM Security study, a single health record breach costs as much as $408, which is almost three times more than what data breaches cost in other industries.[3] A healthcare provider who has 2,500 records potentially could face a million-dollar loss for a data breach.

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