Get a prescription for protected PII

Struggling with the headache of healthcare regulations? Tonic takes the pressure off by ensuring compliance with a single click.

A synthesis a day keeps the data thieves away

Your patients trust your team with their sensitive data. It’s up to you to keep that data safe throughout the system, even as you innovate to stay one step ahead of the latest in cybercrime. Sound like a tough diagnosis? We thought so. That’s why we’re prescibing a new solution.

Their safety is your highest priority.

Manage HIPAA compliance with ease

It’s easy to remain compliant with healthcare’s many rules and regulations when you never use real data for anything. From HIPAA to GDPR to CCPA, Tonic’s anonymization and data synthesis tools make compliance to industry standards a snap.

Shield patient data

Your patients data safety is your team’s first priority. Tonic’s PII/PHI detection and secure de-identification uses differential privacy and schema change alerts to guarantee the safety of your database.

Bring cybercriminals to a standstill

Let’s face it: You guard valuable data, and there are people in the world who want to steal it. Get ahead and stay ahead of bad actors with the safest data around: Fake Data. There’s nothing there to steal.

New horizons of innovation in healthtech

We’re empowering the cutting edge of healthcare technology with good, reliable test data for developers. Don’t let difficult compliance requirements hold you back from pushing the envelope in heathtech. Just get testing.

“Before implementing Tonic, our QA and development environments looked nothing like production. Tonic removed a major blocker for us by enabling our teams to test at scale with data that mirrors the size, shape, and feel of our production data. And by guaranteeing privacy for HIPAA compliance, Tonic allows us to share that data safely with our off-shore development teams, too.”
Nemo Nemeth
Head of Data Products
alegeus logo

Fake your world a better place

Enable your developers, unblock your data scientists, and respect data privacy as a human right.