April 6, 2021

Helping Hospitals Stay Several Steps Ahead of Drug Diverters Around The Clock

Studies predating the COVID-19 pandemic estimated that as many as 15 percent of healthcare professionals will misuse substances during their lifetime. Now exceedingly overworked and under-resourced due to the crisis, clinicians with easy access to powerful medications are especially vulnerable to addiction and the temptation to divert drugs. In other words, the number of healthcare professionals who misuse substances may now be much higher.

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March 25, 2021

The Big 'Why' Behind Healthy Workplace Culture

Protenus recently achieved recognition as a Great Place to Work-Certified™ company for the second consecutive year. It is an honor we are immensely proud to receive, and we believe that it reflects the healthy company culture that each member of our team works hard to nurture and maintain.

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March 22, 2021

Employee Spotlight: Matthew DiMatteo, Vice President of Sales

Our mission at Protenus is to advance the science of healthcare by bringing together creative and skilled individuals who are passionate about the security, usability, and applicability of health data. As this information becomes more voluminous, comprehensive, and, as a consequence, more vulnerable, we are building scalable, insightful solutions that address critical issues preventing the efficient, safe, and effective delivery of patient care. 

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March 15, 2021

Key Takeaways from the 2021 Breach Barometer

Though it dominated media coverage, COVID-19 wasn't the only silent enemy healthcare organizations battled in 2020. Amid the chaos of the pandemic, hospitals and health systems were also ravaged by health data breaches, which were up 30% in 2020 compared to 2019. A new trend emerged of at least two data breaches per day.

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March 15, 2021

How Baltimore Can Become a Hub for Diverse Tech Talent

It's no secret that Black representation in technology is severely lacking. Comprising 13 percent of the total U.S. population, Black Americans only represent 5 percent of employees in the technology field, according to data aggregated from 35 of the largest U.S.-based tech companies.

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