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ClearDATA Joins the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council to Share Healthcare Expertise in Shaping Guidelines on Digital Health and Telemedicine

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a leading healthcare cloud, security and compliance expert, joined the
Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council Cybersecurity
Working Group (HSCC) to serve alongside industry leaders to establish
frameworks and best practices that further minimize the risks of cyber
threats across the healthcare industry. ClearDATA’s exclusive focus on
healthcare provides a unique vantage point to participate in the
conversation to build a secure and compliant digital health
infrastructure in various HSCC task groups including Medical Device
Security, Supply Chain, Telemedicine, Cybersecurity Best Practices,
Regulation and Future Gazing.

“As a leader focused exclusively on the healthcare cloud, it is
important for us to contribute in ways to make healthcare better,” said
Chris Bowen, ClearDATA’s founder and Chief Privacy & Security Officer.
“Partnering with the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating
Council (HSCC) gives us a seat at the table to contribute, serve and
make patient data more resilient — ultimately improving the patient

With greater adoption of multi-cloud environments and connected medical
devices, a new hostile environment has emerged posing threats to the
security of the healthcare organizations that look to leverage emerging
technology. Collaborating with the Department of Health and Human
Services, the HHS Office for Civil Rights, Office of the National
Coordinator for Health Information Technology and the Food and Drug
Administration, ClearDATA will work within HSCC to increase the national
confidence in the healthcare system by developing technology and policy
frameworks that mitigate cybersecurity threats and strengthens patient

“There is a shared responsibility among healthcare stakeholders for
patient safety and by collaborating across the public and private
sectors, with new members like ClearDATA, we are able to build a
‘security-by-design’ framework for health tech innovation,” said Greg
Garcia, executive director of the Healthcare and Public Health Sector
Coordinating Council (HSCC), Cybersecurity Working Group.

As a member of HSCC, ClearDATA plans to assess vulnerabilities, evaluate
patient safety risks and serve with the other 200 healthcare
organizations that aim to bring emerging technologies securely to the
forefront of healthcare. To learn more about how ClearDATA is making
healthcare better every single day, visit

About ClearDATA

Healthcare professionals across the globe trust the ClearDATA
HITRUST-certified cloud to safeguard their sensitive data and power
their critical applications available across the major public cloud
platforms. For healthcare organizations, customers receive one of the
most comprehensive Business Associate Agreements (BAA) in the industry,
combined with market-leading healthcare-exclusive security and
compliance solutions, and multi-cloud expertise. ClearDATA’s innovative
platform of solutions and services protects customers from data privacy
risks, improve their data management, and scale their healthcare IT
infrastructure, enabling the industry to focus on making healthcare
better by improving healthcare delivery, every single day.

About the HSCC Cybersecurity Working Group

The Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council (HSCC) is a
coalition of private-sector critical healthcare infrastructure entities
organized under Presidential Policy Directive 21 and the National
Infrastructure Protection Plan to partner with government in the
identification and mitigation of strategic threats and vulnerabilities
facing the sector’s ability to deliver services and assets to the
public. The HSCC Cybersecurity Working Group (CWG) is a standing working
group of the HSCC, composed of more than 200 industry and government
organizations working together to develop strategies to address emerging
and ongoing cybersecurity challenges to the health sector.