In the course of its normal operations, Piano exchanges meta data with Evidence Hub. Evidence Hub provides version history, collaboration and billing services to Piano. Unlike Piano, Evidence Hub is hosted by Evidentli, not the customer.
Meta-data is information that is generated in Piano that is not clinical data nor derived from clinical data (i.e aggregate data). Examples of meta-data are:
The following are not meta-data and are not exchanged with Evidence Hub:
Evidentli stores meta-data to provide version history, enable collaboration and for billing purposes. The customer owns the meta-data and Evidentli is the custodian of the copy of the meta-data on Evidence Hub.
Meta-data on Evidence Hub is private by default. Private meta-data is only accessible to users that already have access to it in Piano (owner and members). It can only be viewed and commented on by anyone they give a link (URL) to the specific meta-data.
The owner of the meta-data, and only the owner, can manually publish the meta-data. When published, the meta-data can be provided in the search results performed on internet search sites such as Google and searches on Evidence Hub. Published meta-data is free under GPL 2.0.
Yes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Private Hub” for a quote.
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