Better diagnostics, better care

Ensure the maximum impact of treatment options by supporting
physicians get to a precise diagnosis

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make the most of existing data

Make the most of
existing data

Leverage the medicalvalues platform to standardize and harmonize your existing data sets according to international standards. Extend your existing data lake and gain new insights across disciplines and departments.

improve operational excellence

Improve operational excellence

Quickly understand relations and potential impact factors when planning your clinical study. Leverage an AI-assisted second opinion to harmonize diagnostics. Analyze your data collected as it comes in and respond quickly to potential side effects.

Enrich your
digital portfolio

Create a differentiating tool supporting physicians get to the most precise diagnostics possible. Hence enable the selection of a personalized treatment option out of an ever-growing number of drugs.

Data Potential

Medical Data Analytics

Unlock the potential of your existing data sets. With our experience in diagnostics and structured medical data, we offer a solid basis for analytics.

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Analyze existing Data

Use data sets from clinical trials and internal research. Create a mapping leveraging international standards like LOINC and SNOMED CT for data harmonization across the organization.

Understand relations

Based on symptoms, laboratory results, and imaging outcomes you can derive insights and diagnostic pathways.

Unlock the potential

Discover new insights by bringing together data sets of different disciplines and find data sets for other clinical research questions.

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Operational improvement

With our integrated approach we help you getting most out of your datasets.

Plan clinical trials

Bring clinical trials to a new level by leveraging latest diagnostic research and identify potential candidates from existing data.

Comparable results

By adding an “AI-empowered” second opinion and harmonizing the interpretation of data (including units or reference ranges) you will be able to compare results in a more efficient way.


Physician Engagement

By enabling physicians with precise information at the best time you will also improve patient care.

Early and precise diagnostics

Apply stratification of patient groups on a large scale across multiple diseases areas as the first step towards personalized treatment and optimal care.

Personalized treatment monitoring

Evaluate a of broad set of parameters – enable integrative diagnostics covering multiple disciplines.

Support physicians

With good medical practice and research-based algorithms for diagnostics of rare diseases or specific subtypes, you can support physicians. Ensure the newest drugs are used to their full potential.

Our Offer

How we can support you

With our experience in data and diagnostics, we can assist you in finding the best individual approach for your projects. Leveraging our technology and your expertise we can jointly support physicians and ultimately the patient with a better care offering.

In a nutshell

  1. Leverage existing medical knowledge and your datasets
  2. Add real-world data, validate and optimize algorithms
  3. Derive insights and create digital differentiators as part of your portfolio

Blog Articles & News

Track & Trace – quality improvement for medical pre-analysis

Modern laboratory diagnostics are very precise. Thanks to highly developed measurement technology and numerous control mechanisms (precision controls, interlaboratory tests, accreditation, etc.), serious measurement errors in the laboratory are virtually impossible. Faulty laboratory results are usually not caused by faulty laboratory analysis, but are due to (human) errors in pre-analysis. Sample tracking is a useful tool for minimising errors in the pre-analytical phase and improving the classification of any measurement inaccuracies.

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(Un)structured data in electronic patient records: From digital scan to medical information source

With the introduction of the mandatory e-prescription at the beginning of this year and the forthcoming mandatory electronic patient file in 2025, paper files in the healthcare system seem to be obsolete. However, despite advancing digitalization, the reality is different: Little to no systematized paper documents continue to pose major challenges for doctors this year. This underlines the importance to systematically digitize these documents with essential information.

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