San Francisco, CA - June 3, 2021 - Syapse®, a leading real-word evidence company dedicated to extinguishing the fear and burden of serious diseases by advancing real world care, today announced the publication of five abstracts at the American Society for Clinical Oncology (ASCO) 2021 Annual Meeting, being held virtually June 4 – 8. Each study utilized Syapse’ powerful real-world data (RWD) capabilities to draw impactful conclusions that can be used to rapidly improve clinical care and patient outcomes.
“The theme of this year’s Meeting is ‘Equity: Every Patient. Every Day. Everywhere.’ This approach to care would not even be imaginable without the tremendous strides that are being made in the use of real-world data to inform patient care,” said Mike Thompson, MD, PhD, FASCO, co-director of oncology precision medicine at Aurora Health Care, ASCO board member and study co-author. “The studies that myself and my colleagues have worked on in partnership with Syapse specifically emphasize real-world data’s power to transform the way that we approach each phase of oncology research and development in order to meet each patient where they are and drive standards of care forward.”
The following are a summary of the published, and presented, abstracts using RWD from the Syapse Learning Health NetworkTM:
“As the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and we continue to grapple with its immediate and longer term impacts, understanding how the oncology landscape is shifting in real time will be critical for all stakeholders as they navigate the new normal,” said Thomas Brown, MD, MBA, chief medical officer of Syapse. “Now more than ever, it’s critical that we consider how the methodical application of real-world data, with generation of real world evidence, can help us to answer the questions that matter most to patients, providers and researchers alike.”
Syapse is a company dedicated to extinguishing the fear and burden of serious disease by advancing real-world care. By marrying clinical expertise with smart technologies, we transform data into evidence—and then into experience—in collaboration with our network of partners, who are committed to improving patients’ lives through community health systems. Together, we connect comprehensive patient insights to our network, to empower our partners in driving real impact and improving access to high-quality care.
About The Syapse Learning Health Network
This international network of healthcare providers enables improved cancer care by sharing real-world data to support clinical decisions and by fostering collaborations among participants. Healthcare providers, including doctors and nurses, share and learn which cancer treatments produced the best real-world outcomes in clinically and molecularly similar patients. Researchers learn from real-world clinical, molecular, treatment and outcomes data. These collaborations are enabled by a secure platform of shared de-identified data that is standardized and normalized across the Learning Health Network and complies with all applicable federal and state data privacy protection regulations.
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