We earned a spot on the CB Insights Digital Health 150, an annual ranking of the most promising digital health startups around the world.
Particle Health is pleased to share that we’ve been recognized among CB Insights Digital Health 150 for 2022, an annual ranking that features some of the most promising digital health startups in the world. The judging process was unique. Particle Health was chosen from over 3,000 applicants based on data submitted, our business model, momentum in the market, and CB Insights’ proprietary scoring algorithm that measures the overall health and growth potential of our company as we seek to shape the new standard for healthcare data exchange with our user-friendly API platform.
In the healthcare ecosystem, accessing medical data has evolved dramatically over the last 10 years. First there were fax machines, then integration engines, followed by portal log-ins. Particle Health is different in that with one contract and one API, customers can access FHIR data across the entire U.S. through the 50k organizations we have access to today. By submitting a person’s name, date of birth, address and phone number, we have a 90% success rate in finding, on average, 135 records per patient. And unlike other players in the marketplace, Particle Health also breaks this data into discrete, normalized FHIR resources.
We’re thankful to the CB Insights team for recognizing our continued commitment to building a platform that aggregates and unifies complete healthcare records from over 270 million patients’ medical records, helping to fuel tomorrow’s leading digital health solutions. With Particle Health’s technology, it has never been easier to connect to the U.S. health system. We’re proud of our momentum achieved to date providing truly actionable patient health data to inform better treatment and deliver more effective care in the future.
We're sharing our internal measurements on the current performance - and future status - of the Health Information Networks that hold America's patient data.
This rule gives patients more ways to use the healthcare data than was ever possible before, and it fines organizations that drag their feet on helping out.