Johns Hopkins joins Apervita Market: 3 things to know

Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine has joined the Apervita Market, a cloud-based platform that houses health research, data and analytics and makes them accessible to other systems and institutions.

Here are three things to know.

1. By joining Apervita, Johns Hopkins extensive library of research, data and health innovations will be made accessible to health enterprises around the globe.

2. The Apervita Market model enables Johns Hopkins to retain ownership of its analytics and continually improve them while they stay accessible in the database.

3. "Sharing analytics innovation allows the greatest minds in health to pool their knowledge and put it into practical use with patients," Paul Magelli, CEO of Apervita, said in a statement. "By joining the Apervita health analytics & data marketplace, Johns Hopkins becomes part of a group of leaders who are sharing best practices, making them computable and sharable with health systems globally. The result of this collective knowledge is better insight, delivered faster, with the potential to have a far reaching impact on people's lives."

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