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Improving cancer care through global data sharing

The Syapse Learning Health Network is a global precision oncology data sharing network, improving cancer care across communities by using real-world data to support clinical decisions.

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Share comprehensive patient data

The Syapse Learning Health Network enables providers to share and learn from real-world clinical, molecular, treatment, and outcomes data.

Learn from real-world outcomes

Researchers can view which treatments produced the best outcomes in clinically and molecularly similar patients.

Join a secure, trusted network

Patient data is standardized and normalized across the Learning Health Network, enabling health systems to securely share de-identified data with other leading institutions.

Resources

  • Syapse Overview Brochure
  • Implementing an Oncology Precision Medicine Clinic in a Large Community Health System,” by Thompson, et al. in AJMC
  • Building a Personalized Medicine Program,” by Thomas D. Brown of the Swedish Cancer Institute
  • Role of Community-Based Genomics Programs,” by Thomas D. Brown of the Swedish Cancer Institute

In the news

The real-world evidence project at the FDA adds Syapse to its list of partners in a push past trial boundaries

8/15/19 - The Oncology Center of Excellence is teaming up with San Francisco-based Syapse to expand beyond electronic health records — or EHRs — in building a multi-sourced program involving data drawn from EHRs and registries, as well as molecular data from testing labs. 

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Blog

Precision Medicine Goes Mainstream at Leading Health Systems

Precision medicine (or personalized medicine) has been a buzzword in the healthcare industry for many years. Depending on the audience, its…

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