Deloitte and Intermountain Healthcare have jointly introduced an analytics application designed to help life sciences customers develop medicines using clinical data.
PopulationMiner will work to gather information about large volumes of clinical, financial and operational data stored in Intermountain’s database for patient-outcome analysis, the companies said Wednesday.
The companies will release the app in November.
Peter Haug, director of the Homer Warner Center for informatics research at Intermountain Healthcare, said the application is intended to help organizations gain insights into different medical conditions and clinical care in order to address research queries and develop hypotheses.
Brett Davis, principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP and general manager of Deloitte Health Informatics, said PopulationMiner will work to support analytics based on disease type, stage and comorbid combinations
The companies designed the app to help customers identify biomarkers through laboratory test results, as well as to generate and validate hypotheses across drug development, drug safety, pharmacoepidemiology, health economics and outcomes research.