Cleveland Clinic in the U.S. is the latest health care organisation to make its analytic algorithms available on Apervita. This will enable other health providers to use this knowledge to improve outcomes.
The Apervita platform enables organizations to author, publish and subscribe to a range of analytical tools, quality and safety measure, pathways and protocols. Mayo Clinic has also signed up to Apervita.
"At Cleveland Clinic we have developed advanced prediction models to assist health enterprises and professionals to rapidly process large volumes of patient data, taking the burden off the physicians, allowing them to dedicate more time to their patients," said Michael Kattan, chair of quantitative health sciences at Cleveland Clinic, in a press statement.
Cleveland Clinic has developed an array of analytics tools over the last decades focusing on cardiology, surgery, oncology, behavioural health, diabetes and more. Now with Apervita, it can make these capabilities available to other providers and can also commercialise and share some of the most valuable knowledge with other health enterprises.
Innovation is critical for ensuring improvement in healthcare and Apervita offers an approach that can empower healthcare enterprises to commercialise their health knowledge on a global scale and to target major health challenges.
Gary Fingerhut, executive director at Cleveland Clinic Innovations said, "Publishing Cleveland Clinic's expansive library of prediction models aligns with our goal to ensure they are broadly adopted and thereby increasing the likelihood of positive global impact to patients."
Source: Cleveland Clinic
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