Ignore the professional coaches

My friend Alex is a programmer/analyst who worked for one of the big IT outsourcing companies in Israel. He was a PowerBuilder programmer and systems analyst and had worked for them for over 20 years. At age 50 — he was fired. Alex went on unemployment…

Thoughts on being close to our patients

Meet your patients how and where they are

In this essay, I take a closer look how clinical trials are changing.

We’ll see how the pandemic, innovation in clinical operations models and how consumer technology each play a part in a rapidly-evolving, increasingly patient-centric clinical trial supply chain.

Change happens — just not how you expect

The classical supply…

Thoughts on monitoring patient data and safety in clinical trials

The future: tech-driven data and safety monitoring

Running clinical trials with the help of tech is becoming much more prevalent, but it’s unclear if data and safety monitoring has kept up.

In this essay, I discuss how patient data and safety monitoring fell behind the pace of…

Encouraging a participatory culture in clinical trials

Founder and CEO of flaskdata.io, Danny Lieberman wonders if the phenomenal success of the participatory code culture on GitHub can be copied to rejuvenate the clinical trial industry and break down barriers to entry and speed up product development.

Like a stranger in a strange land

As a physicist and professional programmer, I feel like I am…

We can help you and parents like you celebrate life

4 years ago I met Jenna Elbaz at JRV — The Jordan River Village for children with serious diseases.

Jenna was running the summer camp programs at JRV in Israel and had a dream.

Imagine a place where children with…

What risks really count for your digital health business?

Business Threat Modeling

What risks really count. Spoiler — its not human weakness and messaging.


What risks really count for your digital health business? No question is more important for implementing an effective program of security countermeasures for your business. …

When defense in depth fails — two deadly sins

Defense in depth is a security mantra, usually for very good military security and information security reasons. However — defense in depth may be a very bad idea, if your fundamental assumptions are wrong or you get blinded by security technology.

Danny Lieberman

I am a physicist by training, serious amateur musician and everyday biker. Working in cybersecurity and AI-driven monitoring of clinical trials.

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