LifeBridge, St. Luke's, Riverside Health System to deploy predictive analytics for precision medicine

Progknowse, a Tysons, Va.-based company developing predictive analytics software for precision medicine, has partnered with three health systems to further refine the technology.

LifeBridge Health in Baltimore, Riverside Health System in Newport News, Va., and St. Luke's University Health Network in Bethlehem, Pa., will provide Progknowse with anonymized clinical and administrative data. The company's data scientists will analyze that information with machine learning and use it to improve its precision medicine platform, the goal of which is to accurately measure and predict individual patient outcomes.

Beyond the three health systems' data, Progknowse's predictive analytics tool also utilizes a database of clinical and genomic data from Charlotte, N.C.-based Premier. The PremierConnect platform provides access to national datasets comprising information about the clinical outcomes of nearly half of all U.S. patient discharges.

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