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«In today’s world, data is power. Healthcare providers have massive amounts of rich health data at their fingertips. Yet historically, third-party vendors to healthcare providers often have derived financial benefits from secondary use of this data through aggregating and brokering de-identified data to downstream customers.
That is beginning to change as healthcare providers are taking back control of their data assets.
Truveta, Inc., a new startup led by 14 of the largest health systems in the U.S., has formed to pool together their vast and diverse data in order to take back control over how their patients’ de-identified data is shared and used. Truveta’s goal is to leverage patient data to improve patient care, address health inequity, accelerate the development of treatments and reduce the time to make a diagnosis.»
Article written by Alaap B. Shah and Nivedita B. Patel
Mobi Health News