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HSX MarketStreet: A Solution for Healthcare Innovation Challenges

HSX MarketStreet: A Solution for Healthcare Innovation Challenges

As the nonprofit health information exchange for Greater Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley (including southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey) –– established by the major healthcare systems, payers, and other stakeholders in the region –– HealthShare Exchange has amassed a vast clinical data repository that grows daily with patient health and medical information. This expansive database and clinical information infrastructure for real-time and longitudinal health and healthcare information on more than 8 million individuals is now accessible for innovation uses!

With this unique model of secure exchange of record updates from insurers and providers, the new HSX MarketStreet platform is now a marketplace that creates opportunity for creation of new companies and jobs. Entrepreneurs with start-up innovations, and companies building new products and services, can now quickly overcome access barriers to consumer information.

With the innovators able to build on the data of the vast Philly-area healthcare industry, the MarketStreet offering will attract more technology and talent to the region. The platform will support Philadelphia’s smart-city initiative and expand collaboration with both the city’s health department and with entities evaluating and driving public health, health maintenance, disease prevention, fitness, and more. HSX’s new GRID population health dashboard reports trends, needs, and opportunities. These services will spur innovation around the health- and healthcare-related IOT. MarketStreet will help prompt the region to overcome challenges to attracting new skills, dreams, and investment.

Panelists for this interactive presentation:
  • Representatives of the interoperability and interconnectivity initiatives in this metro region, including for the Comcast/Independence Blue Cross collaboration and city programs.
  • Representatives of the initiatives in healthcare improvement and population health, including from Jefferson University and Drexel University
  • Representatives from new start-ups that are taking advantage of the MarketStreet Dataline program, including, e.g., Trekit and MPower
  • Representatives from the investment/incubator side
American College of Physicians building
190 North Independence Mall West 19106
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  • HealthShare Exchange

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