Fierce Healthcare August 5, 2022
Anastassia Gliadkovskaya

In a new partnership, Stanford Medicine is tapping into health tech firm Komodo Health’s platform to conduct research on COVID-19’s health impacts.

Researchers at Stanford’s Center for Population Health Sciences will use Komodo’s Sentinel application, built on the company’s de-identified data of more than 330 million patients, to study population health. Though initial research will focus on short- and long-term COVID-19 outcomes through disparities in care and social determinants, it hopes to expand to span more broadly infectious disease, pediatrics, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology.

“This collaboration with Stanford is key to accelerating innovation,” Ivy Weng, M.D., head of clinical development and real-world evidence at Komodo Health, said in an interview. “We both have aligned goals to better understand disparities and...

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