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Consumers and their expanded care teams are equipped with a broad set of health data-from hospitals, clinics, and remote monitoring devices-to enable personalized, socially reinforced, real-time disease prevention and care management.
Researchers gain access to comprehensive clinical, molecular, and real world data to identify novel disease targets and biomarkers of likely treatment responders.
Disseminate clinical expertise across a network of care providers to achieve precision medicine.
Accelerate access to complex data sets to speed innovation in translational research and care delivery.
Integrate health systems for access to care anywhere/anytime to improve long-term health outcomes.
Improves the fitness of internal and real-world data to power analytics capabilities and generate insights.
DoubleJump Interchange is designed as an extensible framework to build agents that ingest, standardize, enrich, and transform data.
Users can craft and interact with data through a variety of integrated applications, dashboards and visualization tools. Users can build their own analyses and present meaningful data.
Security is built into the platform’s architecture, including access, incident and change management, ongoing security and operational monitoring.
“We look at the entire health pathway-hospital, primary care clinic, and ancillary facilities. DoubleJump Interchange is critical to connecting these organizations that need to share information so the patient receives the most appropriate, convenient, affordable care as part of that solution.”
“PwC’s DoubleJump Interchange connects sources of data through software agents—configurable applications that can collect data from a diverse set of sources in real time.”
“PwC’s DoubleJump Interchange connects to EMR systems, social media sites, wearables, remote monitoring platforms, pharmacy systems, and mobile apps. This arms patients and their expanded care teams with access to as much information as possible to guide personalized care decisions.”