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TACKLING RARE DISEASES WITH AN ARSENAL OF REAL-WORLD DATA

Published February 28, 2020, HealthEconomics.com – written by Kathryn Starzyk, Senior Director, RWE, OM1 Technological innovations have fostered the age of big data in healthcare – and the huge populations amassed afford the ability to mine for key subpopulations — getting down to ever more precise groups of likely responders to therapy, high-risk patients and[…]

APPLYING BIG DATA ANALYTICS TO PATIENT RECORDS, OM1 OFFERS INSIGHTS TO HOSPITALS AND PHARMA

Published by TechCrunch, December 17 2019, written by Jonathan Shieber OM1, a big-data analytics company for the healthcare industry, has raised $50 million in its latest round of financing to expand its sales and marketing and product development activities as it brings clinical insights to hospitals and big pharma companies alike. The new financing highlights[…]

NEW PROJECT PUTS STANDARDIZED OUTCOMES MEASURES FOR DEPRESSION INTO REAL-WORLD USE, FROM REGISTRIES TO THE CLINIC

New Project Puts Standardized Outcomes Measures for Depression into Real-World Use, from Registries to the Clinic  OM1 partners with AHRQ, ABFM, APA and others to implement  BOSTON, July 17, 2019 —OM1, a leading health outcomes and technology company, today announced it is has been awarded the CAPSTONE – Outcome Measure Harmonization and Data Infrastructure for[…]

BHE & OM1 PARTNER TO DELIVER RHEUMATOLOGY REGISTRIES THROUGH IHD

Research-Grade, Analytic-Ready Rheumatology Data at Your Fingertips through the IHD Platform What would you do with rapid access to analytics and insights from hundreds of thousands of rheumatology patients? Bringing together the largest linked, longitudinal rheumatology condition registries with the industry-leading Instant Health Data (IHD) platform, OM1 and BHE join forces to deliver a powerful[…]

Applying AI for personalized treatment decisions and lowering costs in orthopedics

Becker’s Spine Review | Written by Richard Gliklich, MD, CEO, OM1 | November 26, 2018 In healthcare, results really matter Understanding why certain treatments and procedures work better on some patients and not so well on others is the key to delivering more personalized care and ultimately achieving better results for all stakeholders in the care process.[…]