Sypase mines patient data from diagnosis and treatment records across the larger patient population, and then provides custom decision support for physicians by comparing similar patients’ genetic profiles. Jonathan told us how they’ve integrated pharmaceutical data and about their new big partnerships.
Jonathan demoed how Syapse can provide custom decision support for physicians by mining a large patient population’s diagnosis and treatment records.
This panel questioned how data analytics and powerful visualizations are pushing clinical research to new arenas. Highlights examined how genomics, non-invasive diagnosis tools, and integrated data collection are uncovering new discoveries, promoting personalized medicine, and new care protocols.
Moderator David Ewing Duncan hosted a panel of speakers including Louis-Philippe Morency from USC, Jonathan Hirsch from Syapse, Adam Gazzaley from UCSF, and Pasquale Fedele of BrainControl. Each speaker demonstrated innovative technology their workplace is developing to include forward-thinking into health care including: robotics, genomics, brain changes, and brain sensors.
Jonathan Hirsch is the Founder and President of Syapse, a software company transforming healthcare by bringing omics into routine medical use. At Syapse, Jonathan works closely with diagnostic and healthcare providers, helping translate customer problems into software solutions – a product so cool our staff almost didn’t understand it! He demonstrated his app through the perspective of a physician, which uses a longitudinal profile to assess a patient’s changing condition in conjunction with the patient’s genomic information.