MedAware

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Contact Gidi Stein
Title CEO

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MedAware leverages big data and sophisticated algorithms to provide patient-safety centered clinical decision support tools for patients, physicians and healthcare professionals.
MedAware’s patent-pending technology uses big data analytics and machine learning algorithms to analyze large scale data of electronic medical records, and learn automatically how physicians treat patients in real life scenarios. Prescriptions largely deviating from standard treatment patterns are flagged as potential errors with high specificity and low “alert fatigue”.

MedAware was founded in 2012 by an expert team with extensive background in business, information technology and clinical practice. MedAware’s first product tackles the huge problem of prescription errors. Prescription errors are estimated to cause the premature injury and death of more than 200,000 patients every year in the United States alone.

There is no bigger data than data that saves lives.

Company News

MedAware Systems Launches Comprehensive Apheresis Research Database

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DateJan 31, 2018
Broomfield, CO, January 31, 2018 --(PR.com)-- MedAware Systems, Inc. announced today it is launching the world’s most comprehensive database of evidence on Apheresis, available through its SOHInfo™ division. Data have been meticulously extracted from over 2,300 clinical trials, cohort studies, registries, reviews and other published works, spanning medical journals worldwide.

Tech Toys and Tools That Excite the Top Entrepreneurs

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DateJun 1, 2017
Everybody has their favourite app, gadget or new technology that can make life easier, work more productive, and the future that much more exciting, and entrepreneurs are no different. For Virgin founder and disruptive technology fan Richard Branson, it’s graphene, the world’s thinnest material, set to revolutionise life as we know it, that he’s buzzing about.

Harvard Study Shows MedAware Reduces Medication Error

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DateJan 20, 2017
Researchers at Harvard Medical School have demonstrated a new technology can help reduce a widespread problem that harms some 1.5 million people every year – medication error.