Choose Your Own Data Standard
HEALTHieR Cloud allows hospitals to choose their own data standard.
- How do you want to store your data?
- FHIR Compliant
How would you like to search for your data?
HEALTHieR Cloud allows scientists to search for scientific and clinical data across a global population, leading to faster discoveries, saving months, and thousands of grant dollars.
- Want to know who has a biomarker for Alzheimer's and Diabetes?
- Which country would you like your results from?
Physicians want to know how similar cases were treated and their prognosis. Wouldn't you like to see this in real time?
HEALTHieR Cloud provides physicians with similar case information in real-time, giving them the best information available to treat their patients. Using AI, we can advise you in real-time as to similar cases from anywhere in the world.
Want to control who has access to your patient data?
HEALTHieR Cloud provides patients with full control over their patient data. No one gets access to your data unless you share it with them. Our solution is built upon the Microsoft Azure cloud, the most secure cloud in the world.
As a patient, you will also be able to view your patient record anytime, anywhere, using your device or application of choice. Want to know who is using your medical records? With the medical record access report, you can view a complete history of who accessed your file, when they accessed it, and why they accessed it.
Want to connect your existing clinical information system, your biometric device, or your AI tool to HealthieR Cloud? No problem.
HEALTHieR Cloud provides open interoperability. When you are a healthcare software manufacturer, device manufacturer, a hospital, or a patient, you can upload your data. HealthieR supports all major healthcare data formats and is HIPAA compliant and GDPR compliant.
The video below explains why we are building the HEALTHieR Cloud
"Scientists, researchers in particular, rely greatly on open data, honesty, and superb details to answer many questions pertaining to health sciences research. Currently, the field is divided between methods of data storage and sharing. Should we be able to unify researchers tackling a specific problem and to help them share their results, protocols and ideas in real-time, the competitive nature of the scientific field will be reduced and together we can turn our attention at addressing the many issues we have left to identify therapeutic targets, pathogenic mechanisms, and more for an indefinite amount of illnesses. Available data and ease-of-access will make the jobs of countless researchers easier, and will undoubtedly lead to ameliorating the way research is currently performed." -- Alexander Maxan, PhD Candidate Universite Laval
"As a society, we need to continually assess whether models invented in the past still fit the needs of today and can accommodate the demands of tomorrow. The industrial revolution, for example, brought huge efficiencies to manufacturing and dictated the management and work practices of an era: people laboring daily in a centralized space during set periods of time, filling rigidly defined roles in dedicated teams to produce physical goods." - Dr. Simon Kos, Chief Medical Officer, Microsoft