Maize Analytics, a Nashville-based technology company that provides patented machine learning software to monitor and protect patient data, completed a second round of funding.
The round was led by Nashville investor Jim Sohr, the Chairman and CEO of Powered Health, a portfolio of health care technology companies. He also was the CEO of AIM Healthcare Services before its acquisition by Ingenix (now Optum) a division of UnitedHealth Group in 2009.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth, expand their product line and support their customer base.
Founded by CEO Daniel Fabbri Ph.D., Maize Analytics provides a patented and peer-reviewed auditing system that allows privacy officers to identify inappropriate accesses to EMR data. The platform uses machine learning to identify why access occurs, and then filters away appropriate accesses, leaving a much smaller subset for manual review.