Protenus is Top-Performing Solution in KLAS Patient Privacy Monitoring Report

April 10, 2019

Protenus, the healthcare compliance analytics platform that protects patient privacy for the nation’s leading health systems, announces today that it is the top-performing provider in the 2019 KLAS Patient Privacy Monitoring report, with an overall score of 96.6.

Protenus uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze 100 percent of actions taking place inside a hospital’s EHR and ancillary systems. These advanced analytics proactively detect inappropriate access to patient data and provide health systems full insight into how health data is used throughout their organizations, often for the first time. AI-powered analytics allow healthcare privacy teams to rest assured that their patient data is safe and allows them to focus on the true threats to their organization and patients, reducing institutional risk over time.

Protenus was recently named the 2019 KLAS Category Leader in Patient Privacy Monitoring. Protenus was also named one of the 2018 Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare and Protenus co-founders were recognized on a list of Becker’s Hospital Review Rising Stars in Healthcare in 2018.

“We considered several other organizations, but Protenus offered a substantially better product. We are a large organization with multiple hospitals, so we needed to ensure that our EMRs were safe. Keeping tabs on our many providers and patients is a monumental effort, so we needed to find a tool to do much of that legwork,” said a KLAS survey respondent, June 2018.

KLAS Research is a healthcare IT data and insights company providing the industry with accurate, honest and impartial research on the software and services used by providers and payers worldwide. KLAS partners with healthcare professionals to foster an atmosphere of transparency surrounding the state of healthcare and highlight the services and solutions that are having an impact.

“We are humbled to be recognized as the top-performing patient privacy monitoring vendor by our customers and KLAS Research,” stated Robert Lord, Protenus president and co-founder. “Our team strives to consistently exceed customer expectations. We look forward to continuing to partner with our current and future customers to reduce organizational risk and enable privacy and security teams to focus on what’s most important to them.”

The Protenus platform will be showcased at the upcoming HCCA Compliance Institute at booth #701 from April 7-11, 2019, in Boston. To schedule a meeting, contact our events team at

To access and review the KLAS Patient Privacy Monitoring report, please visit

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