CIO March 5, 2021
Paddy Padmanabhan

The monetization of healthcare data has been a long-pursued goal for tech firms and healthcare enterprises. Newly formed data collaboratives are taking a fresh approach.   

Several leading health systems got together recently to announce the formation of Truveta, an independent company that will pool patient medical records from the participating health systems and analyze them for insights to drive healthcare outcomes. The announcement highlighted the benefits of sharing de-identified data for driving research, new therapies, and improved health outcomes.

In an initiative launched last year, UC San Francisco (UCSF) has created a data platform titled the UCSF Health Atlas that leverages over 150 social determinants of healthcare variables. The data, which comes from public sources, covers California residents and attempts to correlate health outcomes...

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Topics: Analytics, Big Data, EMR / EHR, Health IT, Health System / Hospital, HIE (Interoperability), Provider, Technology
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