We're thrilled to be chosen as a Rising Star winner in the 2022 UCSF Digital Health Awards’ New EHR Innovation category!
Particle Health is thrilled to be named the Rising Star winner in the UCSF Digital Health Awards’ New EHR Innovation category. Thank you to the judges and award organizers for recognizing the importance of our mission of enabling simple and secure access to actionable healthcare data for digital health innovators. Since day one, we’ve been focused on building a user-friendly API platform that we believe is truly shaping a new standard of healthcare.
People have been trying to solve the healthcare ‘interoperability’ problem for a long time, but somehow the healthcare ecosystem still relies on fax machines. At Particle we are focused on destroying the fax machine and innovating with a single API integration that creates true interoperability in healthcare. We understand that getting the right information at the right time is critical in healthcare. That’s why in response to the Anti-Information Blocking Rule, Promoting Interoperability and TEFCA, we are pushing to make the patient the center of this new data-sharing paradigm.
The UCSF Digital Health Award recognizes the achievements of innovative health tech companies that are dramatically improving healthcare through the use of technology in digital health. With this accolade, Particle is honored to be recognized for our hard work and industry impact. We are so proud of our team and all that we’ve accomplished to date. Moving forward, we remain committed to building solutions that empower innovative organizations of all shapes and sizes to access patient data with greater ease, speed and to use it at scale. We can’t wait to support the next generation of health innovators!
Why we support identity-based instead of credential-based access for FHIR, and how we consistently try to achieve the right balance of access, security, and privacy.
With Particle’s new round of Series B financing, we’re going to pair data access with insights that help health professionals use their patient data in better ways.