Healthcare / Biopharmaceuticals

Real-World Data

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What is Real-World Data?

Companies in this market offer alternative datasets that can supplement clinical trial data and improve the likelihood of trial success. These companies collect data from a variety of sources, such as patient registries, EHRs, insurance databases, social media, and patient research networks.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Real-World Data. These companies include Aetion and Syapse.

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Aetion

United States / Founded Year: 2013

Aetion delivers real-world evidence for life sciences companies, payers, at-risk providers, and regulatory agencies. The Aetion Evidence Platform analyzes data from the real world to produce rapid and scientifically validated answers on treatments, costs, and outcomes. Aetion informs health care's most critical decisions - what works best, for whom, and when - to guide treatment development, commercialization, and payment values into health care's modern era.

Key People

Carolyn Magill, Jeremy Rassen, TC Fleming, and 1 more

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Syapse

United States / Founded Year: 2008

Syapse develops applications that enable the use of omics profiles in diagnosing and treating patients at diagnostic companies, research institutions, medical centers, and payers. The Syapse Discovery application provides an end-to-end solution for companies and laboratories deploying next-generation sequencing-based diagnostics, from patient sample received to physician report delivered. Discovery's configurable semantic data structure enables users to bring omics data together with traditional medical information to develop and deliver diagnostic tests. The platform's open interfaces enable bioinformaticians and biologists to use their favorite computational tools and annotations.

Known Partners

Main Line Health, Infor, Illumina, and 2 more

Key People

Tony Loeser, Glenn Winokur, Jonathan Hirsch, and 2 more

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TriNetX

United States / Founded Year: 2013

TriNetX is the global health research network that optimizes clinical research and enables discoveries through the creation of real-world evidence. TriNetX combines real-time access to longitudinal clinical data with analytics to answer complex research questions.

Key People

Jeremy Sohn, Gadi Lachman, Brian Flaherty, and 2 more

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Datavant

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Datavant is dedicated to accelerating the discovery, development, and commercialization of new medicines through machine learning. It aims to partner with biomedical research institutions to eliminate silos of information and unlock insights from healthcare data.

Key People

Travis May, Bob Borek, Nick Colburn, and 2 more

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Evidation

United States / Founded Year: 2012

Evidation measures health in everyday life and enables anyone to participate in research and health programs. Evidation is a two-sided platform that connects individuals and enterprises. On the consumer side, the company assists individuals to participate in research including testing of digital health programs. On the enterprise side, Evidation provides biopharma, med-tech, big tech, academic institutions, professional societies, and government partners the ability to: generate evidence; and design, test, and deploy programs that motivate evidence-based action.

Known Customers

PhysIQ, Vibrent Health, IBM, and 5 more

Key People

Mikki Nasch, Alessio Signorini, Deborah Kilpatrick, and 1 more

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Real-World Data. These companies include Holmusk and Verana Health.

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Holmusk

Singapore / Founded Year: 2015

Holmusk is a data science and digital therapeutics company with a global presence that is dedicated to establishing objective evidence as a core utility to the treatment of mental health and chronic diseases. Holmusk's proprietary technology powers data-driven medicine that leverages analytic and digital tools to address the unmet need in healthcare and pharma-life science.

Known Customers

Metrocare Services, NHSX

Key People

Nawal Roy, Andy Brooks, Padmagirisan Subramanian, and 1 more

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Verana Health

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Verana Health assembles clinical databases in medicine to empower physicians and accelerate research for patients. The databases produce drug lifecycle and medical practice insights.

Key People

Miki Kapoor, Sujay Jadhav, Marie Eve Piche, and 2 more

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ConcertAI

United States / Founded Year: 2017

ConcertAI specializes in integrated clinical RWD, AI solutions and outcomes science with a large RWD oncology dataset. ConcertAI develops a medical research tool suite that offers care-based oncology research and data analytics.

Key People

Jeff Elton, Sriram Krishnan, Christopher Codeanne, and 2 more

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LifeOmic

United States / Founded Year: 2016

LifeOmic is the developer of a secure cloud service for the long-term storage, retrieval, analysis, and clinical use of information central to patient care. Its PHC platform integrates and indexes disparate sources including genomic, clinical, imaging, and population data. All of this data is added to a searchable and flexible repository for each patient to deliver precision treatments and accelerate research. LifeOmic's LIFE mobile apps use the Precision Health Clous to empower individuals to be more involved in and take action on their personal health and wellness goals.

Key People

Donald Brown, Justin Helmig

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Real-World Data. These companies include Validic and Mango Sciences.

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Validic

United States / Founded Year: 2010

Motivation Science is the developer of Validic, a digital health platform that provides a simple connection to secure, standardized data from specialized digital health technologies, such as wellness applications, wearables, fitness equipment and clinical devices.

Key People

Drew Schiller, Brian Carter

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Mango Sciences

United States / Founded Year: 2019

Mango Sciences is an emerging market data science company that connects underrepresented patients to precision medicine. The company's platform utilizes AI analytics to transform deep clinical data into key insights. It is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Key People

Mohit Misra, Todd Gorsuch

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Semalytix

Germany / Founded Year: 2015

Semalytix offers pharmaceutical companies an AI-powered data tool to better understand real-world patient experiences. Its flagship product, dubbed "Pharos", is a patient research tool that pulls in and cleans up various unstructured public data -- such as blogs, forums, social media etc. -- and then applies algorithms to deliver real-time patient insights into unmet needs, treatment experience, and how severely a disease impacts the lives of those who suffer from it.

Key People

Philipp Cimiano, Janik Jaskolski

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Real-World Data. These companies include Owkin and Mendel.ai.

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Owkin

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Owkin specializes in AI technologies applied to clinical research with the aim of developing better drugs and treatments for patients. The company's purpose is to empower researchers in hospitals, universities and the biopharma industry to i) understand why drug efficacy varies from patient to patient, ii) improve the drug development process and iii) to help identify key drugs and treatments for each individual patient to improve patient outcomes. The company's precision medicine platform aims to enable medical insights for drug discovery and development by connecting life sciences firms with academic researchers and hospitals. The Owkin platform aims to enable partners to uncover siloed datasets while maintaining patient privacy and securing proprietary data using Federated Learning and innovative collaborative AI technology.

Known Partners

ADC Therapeutics, Sanofi, Bayer, and 17 more

Key People

Thomas Clozel, Mariabrisa Olivares

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Mendel.ai

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Mendel.ai is the artificial intelligence engine and technology powering Mendel Health. Mendel Health is a for-profit corporation that uses deep learning technology to sift through unstructured data in medical literature and patient health records in order to suggest evidence-based treatment options and to continuously update the results whenever a new matching trial or treatment emerges. The company is currently focused on oncology and cancer patient populations. Mendel was founded in 2016 and is based in San Jose, California.

Known Partners

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Key People

Ruchi Deshpande, Karim Galil, Shaheryar Ahmed, and 1 more

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AllStripes

United States / Founded Year: 2017

AllStripes is a San Francisco, California-based healthcare technology company dedicated to accelerating research for patients with rare diseases. AllStripes has developed a technology platform that generates deep data insights to accelerate rare disease research and drug development, as well as a patient application that allows patients and families to get access to and benefit from their own medical data.

Known Partners

MitoAction, UCB

Key People

Onno Faber, Nancy Yu

What is Real-World Data?

Companies in this market offer alternative datasets that can supplement clinical trial data and improve the likelihood of trial success. These companies collect data from a variety of sources, such as patient registries, EHRs, insurance databases, social media, and patient research networks.

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