Download this case study to learn how Splice Machine enables IPH to ingest and process petabytes of different types of data at lightning speed and make real-time treatment recommendations — all while the patient is in the doctor’s office for her checkup.
Innovative Precision Health (IPH) is a physician network that helps doctors profitably drive better patient outcomes using digital medical data and artificial intelligence (AI). It also provides the pharmaceutical industry with multi-dimensional data for clinical research, and offers insurers hard-to-process, timely data that helps them maintain healthy populations and reduce medical losses. IPH has created a unique and powerful network of neurology clinics, creating a comprehensive and growing database of thousands of disease attributes. With a focus on objective digital testing, IPH addresses the unmet needs of patients by using large amounts of pooled, anonymized data to improve their care. By linking many clinics together, IPH exponentially increases the amount of information it has about the trajectory of disease, treatment protocols, and efficacy — and it uses all of that information to increase positive outcomes for all of its stakeholders.
Up until very recently, limitations in database technology severely hampered IPH’s ability to fulfill its mission. Now, with Splice Machine, IPH can ingest and process petabytes of different types of data at lightning speed and make real-time treatment recommendations — all while the patient is in the doctor’s office for her checkup. Dr. Mark Gudesblatt, a well published Neurologist and IPH's Chief Medical Officer, says “today, the neurological community does not leverage the multiple dimensions of available digital information to treat neurological disease.” His vision is to change that with data and with AI.