BALTIMORE BUSINESS JOURNAL CONSULTS WITH AI TEAM MEMBER ON STORING HEALTH DATA

A recent article in the Baltimore Business Journal highlights a new study that pins the cost of storing health care data in Baltimore as middle of the road when compared with other cities nationally. The article also discusses how Maryland has positioned itself as a national leader in healthcare IT. As one of the leaders in Maryland’s CRISP project, AI team member Scott Afzal explains, “There is certainly an argument against sending data to be housed in databases located in other states and housing the exchange technology locally here in Maryland.” For the full article, click here.