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AAO-HNSF Partners With OM1 To Empower More Measured & Precise Care And Treatments For ENT

Collaboration enables otolaryngologists and researchers to leverage data for real-world evidence, outcomes, and personalized medicine programs BOSTON, May 13, 2020 — OM1, a real-world outcomes and technology company, today announced a strategic partnership with the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF) connecting the Foundation’s Reg-entSM  clinical data registry to OM1’s real-world data[…]

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[…]

OM1 Lupus Registry Reaches More Than 25,000 Patients Prospectively Followed With Deep Clinical And Lab Data

OM1 LUPUS REGISTRY REACHES MORE THAN 25,000 PATIENTS PROSPECTIVELY FOLLOWED WITH DEEP CLINICAL AND LAB DATA Ready for collaborations, the registry enables faster, more cost-effective access to research-grade lupus data for better understanding, comparing, and predicting treatment outcomes BOSTON, October 17, 2018 — OM1, a leading health outcomes, registries and technology company creating solutions to[…]

Artificial Intelligence for Real-World Evidence

Published on HealthEconomics.com on January 3, 2018   As artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data are lauded for their potential uses in life sciences and healthcare, it is becoming difficult to differentiate between the myriad of terms and technologies and their real value in advancing real-world evidence (RWE).   In this article, we explore key AI[…]