A coalition of 14 US health systems will create a Seattle-based startup called Truveta to hold de-identified patient data that will be available to physicians and researchers. "For the first time in history, we're going to have data at scale to dramatically advance innovation in health care," said Trinity Health CEO Michael Slubowski.
Health systems' startup to offer patient data for research
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