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Syapse Learning Health Network

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.

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Syapse Looks to Dive Deeper Into Large Health Systems for Data-Driven Cancer Insights

Fresh off a $68 million funding round, Syapse is moving quickly to expand its network of partnerships with life sciences companies, health systems, molecular laboratories, and regulators. “We’re right in the middle of growth mode right now,” CEO Ken Tarkoff said of the 13-year-old company. The San Francisco-based maker of software to support precision oncology care and drug discovery also raised $30 million in a round that closed in May 2020.

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The Innovation Engine That Could: Why It is Important to Carve Out Time to Innovate

Syapse made its presence known in the precision medicine and real-world evidence space over a decade ago. In this time, the use and understa…

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