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Polypoly And Gaia-X Partnership

GAIA-X – a funding competition associated with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWI) – has published the outlines for its first and second approval tranche, and polypoly is part of it as a consortium partner for the HEALTH-X dataLOFT project. GAIA-X is a project that aims

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Big Data Could Revolutionize Healthcare. Will We Let It?

We’re a pretty suspicious lot here in the UK. Britain has the potential to be the world leader in Healthcare Big Data. We have (more or less) centralized NHS records dating back to the 1940s, and we have normalized personal data for each patient, which is far less fragmented than

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Digital Health Witnessed Startling Influx Of Funding In 2014
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Rock Health, the full-service seed fund provider that supports startups working in health technology, has revealed through a year end study that 2014 saw venture funding for digital health companies surpass $4.1 billion, almost the total of all three prior years combined charting a 125% YoY growth in funding compared

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Us Senators Awaken Public Interest In Patient Data Sharing

Two US Senators from the Senate Finance Committee, Republican Chuck Grassley and Democrat Ron Wyden, have been advocating the need to make Medicare data available to the public to make Medicare claims data fully transparent while remaining secure. In a bid to involve masses in the exploration towards making healthcare

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