Our Healthcare Map ingests information about more than 15 million new patient encounters a day, capturing the experiences of more than 320 million Americans as they move through the healthcare system. We continuously add to data sources and clinical encounters to ensure our platform is the most current, complete and connected. That data, our Healthcare Map, is the foundation on which we build our SaaS applications as well as the developer ecosystem our partners can use to rapidly and confidently innovate and deliver market value.
Reveals all of healthcare’s intricate connections: between patients and providers, between providers and institutions, between research and funding, between diagnosis and treatments, and between treatments and outcomes.
Alerts those in a position to positively influence disease burden to a range of important clinical information, such as patients with possibly undiagnosed diseases or patients who might be ready for a specific therapy now.
Gives you the freedom and flexibility to tap into our proprietary Healthcare Map to explore and analyze patient cohorts, generating powerful insights in minutes that drive better results.
Empower medical affairs, commercial and other teams with the critical information they need to drive therapy adoption, including support for brand strategy, launch planning and medical engagement.Request Demo
Build the best provider networks and fuel highly effective care management programs with data and analytics you can trust to appropriately assess risk, predict future member and provider behaviors, and identify pathways to better outcomes.Request Demo
Accelerate the transformation to value-based care by fairly evaluating performance based on patient outcomes and costs, as well as revealing opportunities to improve standards of care, close care gaps and speed the path to more effective treatments.Request Demo
Guide individuals with unique conditions to the providers and organization best suited to help them; uncover opportunities to educate individuals and providers, improve care standards and fund promising new research; and keep your finger on the pulse of changes in disease burden and patient flows.Request Demo