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Verily Life Sciences is a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc. focused on developing tools and devices to collect, organize and activate health data. Its mission is to make the world’s health data useful so that people enjoy healthier, longer lives.
In October of 2016, 3M Health Information Systems entered into a strategic agreement with Verily. The goal? Develop a technology platform designed to analyze quality performance data across healthcare delivery systems and patient populations, and deliver meaningful information that can be used to promote real and sustainable improvements in healthcare quality and cost.
The result? The 3M Performance Matrix Platform.
3M brings 30 years’ experience in health data coding, classification and industry-leading risk stratification methodologies. Verily brings deep domain expertise in healthcare data analytics and the development of advanced healthcare research tools and algorithms.
Two powerhouses. One solution driving real change.
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