Unwieldy information sharing is a critical bottleneck in American health care—a massive, unnecessary drain on quality of care and efficiency. The effects of fragmented data systems are indirect, but very real: failure to share data and information kills patients as surely as failure to wash hands. It frustrates clinicians and inconveniences patients, slows lifesaving research, and wastes billions of dollars.
Superconductive Health is focused on connecting, migrating, and normalizing health care data systems, because that’s where information exchange happens at scale. We’re pioneering new technology and better workflows, to accelerate the meaningful exchange of life-saving data by at least a full order of magnitude.
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