There may be situations in which clients cannot comply with the safe harbor for determining whether information is de-identified. In such a case, we would perform the analysis required by Section 164.514(b)(1).
I would like to build a database of names of experts in the field of
statistics and data confidentiality, who can provide such an analaysis. I
have been unable to find any such persons myself. Can anyone recommend (OFF
LIST) a person or persons who can perform this analysis?
Thanks in advance.
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