Mortality Data in Healthcare Analytics

November 11, 2018

The incorporation of mortality data into healthcare data sets allows fraud prevention, accurate billing, and benefits distribution, and true outcome analysis (especially in fatal disease areas like oncology, where survival is a key endpoint). The net effect of adding mortality data is strengthening identity protection, reducing healthcare costs, and improving health treatments and care delivery.

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Health Management Associates, Inc.

Health Management Associates, Inc. (NYSE: HMA) is a premier operator of general acute care, non-urban hospitals located throughout the United States, primarily in the Southeast and Southwest. Health Management Associates, Inc. was founded in 1977 to own, lease and manage hospitals throughout the United States. In 1983, the company redirected its focus toward acquiring, improving and operating under-performing hospitals in attractive, non-urban areas. Since then, Health Management has become a leading niche operator of acute-care medical hospitals in the U.S.

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whitePaper | April 16, 2020

Accurate diagnosis is the cornerstone of medicine; it is essential for informed care and promoting patient and family well-being. However, families with a rare genetic disease (RGD) often spend more than five years on a diagnostic odyssey of specialist visits and invasive testing that is lengthy, costly, and often futile, as 50% of patients do not receive a molecular diagnosis.

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Advanced Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing: An Evolution Underway

whitePaper | June 5, 2022

The past decade has seen a significant shift in the nature of the products being manufactured and sold by the innovative biopharmaceutical (biopharma) industry. The global biopharmaceutical portfolio of today reflects increased therapeutic competition, a greater prevalence of large molecule drugs, expansion in the number of personalized or targeted products, and a rise of treatments for many orphan diseases.

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IoT To The Rescue For Biotech & Pharma Manufacturing

whitePaper | April 7, 2020

The Internet of Things (IoT) could not be timelier for biotech/pharma. With fierce cost pressures, the push for value-based outcomes, and the need for flexible manufacturing solutions, the IoT is the much-needed shot in the arm to bring about transformational change. Sensors, actuators, and devices (“things”) embedded in production equipment and networked through computer systems can generate an enormous amount of data. The data can be mined for insights and opportunities to drive production efficiency, automate monitoring and controlling functions, and enable flexible manufacturing systems.

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whitePaper | July 30, 2021

Clinical trials are complex, lengthy, and resource-inefficient. The clinical research industry is responsible for the delivery of medical solutions to society by systematically evaluating their safety and efficacy in humans during so-called clinical trials. As exemplified by the COVID-19 pandemic, a steady and efficient influx of vaccines, therapeutics, and other innovative medical solutions is critical for meeting society’s current and future medical needs. Unfortunately, the industry faces several persistent issues that make clinical trial operations overly complex, lengthy, and resource-inefficient.

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Cell Lysate Sample Handling with Simoa Bead-Based Assays

whitePaper | November 12, 2019

This document describes a novel Quanterix lysate diluent for running lysate samples with Simoa assays diluent.

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Enabling the Future of Cell & Gene Therapies through Non Proprietary Patient-Owned Data Collection

whitePaper | March 16, 2021

Cell and gene therapies have emerged as a new treatment paradigm, and with them has come the potential to alter the course of many rare diseases. In many cases, there is an opportunity to correct the underlying dysfunction with a one-time administration of a therapy and provide either a functional cure or a substantial improvement in health outcomes. In other cases, long term symptom relief will be the primary therapeutic objective. Some of these indications may require more than one dose to achieve continued symptom relief and scientists and companies are working on technologies that will enable the use of a repeat dose.

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Health Management Associates, Inc.

Health Management Associates, Inc. (NYSE: HMA) is a premier operator of general acute care, non-urban hospitals located throughout the United States, primarily in the Southeast and Southwest. Health Management Associates, Inc. was founded in 1977 to own, lease and manage hospitals throughout the United States. In 1983, the company redirected its focus toward acquiring, improving and operating under-performing hospitals in attractive, non-urban areas. Since then, Health Management has become a leading niche operator of acute-care medical hospitals in the U.S.

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