Are the fast, document-based NoSQL solutions--MongoDB, Cassandra, CouchDB, etc--appropriate for PHI data? They have performance advantages compared to RDBMS for sure, but in general appears less mature.
The controversy claimed MongoDB (appears to be one of the most popular NoSQLs) actually lost data. The implication is that with the many years of experience with RDBMSs, MySQL or PostgreQL are safer bets.
With the higher technical and regulatory requirements in healthcare, how much confidence can I really place on MongoDB?
Has anyone had success with using these database solutions in projects requiring HIPAA compliance?