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selinkocalar about 21 hours ago

Launch HN: Delve (YC W24) – HIPAA compliance as a service

Hey, HN! We're Karun and Selin, co-founders of Delve (https://getdelve.com). We help companies get HIPAA compliant fast, with 1-click infrastructure, streamlined legal policies, and real-time monitoring. Here’s a quick demo: https://youtu.be/mQbb5mprsUA.

HIPAA is a US federal law passed back in 1996 that sets standards for protecting sensitive health information. Here’s an article that breaks it down pretty simply: https://www.getdelve.com/blog/quick-guide-to-hipaa.

Most companies that process health information in the US need to become HIPAA compliant, a process that can be long and expensive. At our previous health tech company, we spent 6 weeks (and tens of thousands of dollars) on getting compliant. We had to complete a lot of manual work, even after purchasing an industry-standard compliance solution, and felt like we were hitting checkboxes with little confidence in our security. We realized that many parts of the compliance process could be streamlined and simplified, which led us to building Delve.

To get HIPAA compliant, you need (1) secure infrastructure, (2) legal policies, and (3) logging/monitoring. At Delve, we help startups with all three. We provide 1-click HIPAA compliant infrastructure deployed in your cloud and a CI/CD pipeline to update infrastructure from git push (think Heroku but HIPAA compliant). Then, we provide legal policies, paperwork, and a complete task list customized to your infrastructure setup. Finally, we have a real-time monitoring dashboard to help oversee compliance, track system activity, and review logs.

One thing we noticed the first time we ever got HIPAA compliant was that we had to use many tools along the way. We bought an industry-standard HIPAA compliance solution, hired a HIPAA DevOps contractor to help configure secure infrastructure, and worked with lawyers to adapt the boilerplate legal policies that our compliance solution had provided. When building Delve, we worked hard to give you everything you need in one place, reducing the hassle and cost.

We currently charge on an annual flat-fee basis. However, we’re still exploring our pricing model (flat-fee vs. usage-based vs. combination of both), and if you have any thoughts to share on that, we’d love to hear them.

We’re really excited about making it easier to build in healthcare and removing compliance bottlenecks. Thrilled to share this with you and hear your comments!

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Show HN: R2R – Open-source framework for production-grade RAG
ocolegro about 24 hours ago

Show HN: R2R – Open-source framework for production-grade RAG

Hello HN, I'm Owen from SciPhi (https://www.sciphi.ai/), a startup working on simplifying˛Retrieval-Augmented Generation (RAG). Today we’re excited to share R2R (https://github.com/SciPhi-AI/R2R), an open-source framework that makes it simpler to develop and deploy production-grade RAG systems.

Just a quick reminder: RAG helps Large Language Models (LLMs) use current information and specific knowledge. For example, it allows a programming assistant to use your latest documents to answer questions. The idea is to gather all the relevant information ("retrieval") and present it to the LLM with a question ("augmentation"). This way, the LLM can provide answers (“generation”) as though it was trained directly on your data.

The R2R framework is a powerful tool for addressing key challenges in deploying RAG systems, avoiding the complex abstractions common in other projects. Through conversations with numerous developers, we discovered that many were independently developing similar solutions. R2R distinguishes itself by adopting a straightforward approach to streamline the setup, monitoring, and upgrading of RAG systems. Specifically, it focuses on reducing unnecessary complexity and enhancing the visibility and tracking of system performance.

The key parts of R2R include: an Ingestion Pipeline that transforms different data types (like json, txt, pdf, html) into 'Documents' ready for embedding. Next, the Embedding Pipeline takes text and turns it into vector embeddings through various processes (such as extracting text, transforming it, chunking, and embedding). Finally, the RAG Pipeline follows the steps of the embedding pipeline but adds an LLM provider to create text completions.

R2R is currently in use at several companies building applications from B2B lead generation to educational tools for consumers.

Our GitHub repo (https://github.com/SciPhi-AI/R2R) includes basic examples for application deployment and standalone use, demonstrating the framework's adaptability in a simple way.

We’d love for you to give R2R a try, and welcome your feedback and comments as we refine and develop it further!

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