HealthCore on Monday announced it was opening up its vast research data to life sciences companies in an effort to deliver answers “faster and more cost-effectively.”
The HealthCore Integrated Research Database (HIRD), according to a press release, contains a vast amount of data on more than 48 million individuals and lab result data for roughly 17 million.
The database was launched through Boston Health Economics’ Instant Health Data platform.
“Researchers using the HIRD and the Boston Health Economics platform now have the ability to create a code definition library, identify specific population groups, specify baseline and outcome variables, conduct statistical analyses, and produce reports, all in an easy-to-use interface,” HealthCore Vice President of Research Mark Cziraky said in a statement.
Cziraky added the HIRD and Boston Health Economics’ Instant Health Data Platform will facilitate more robust health care “insights and decision making.”
To read more on HealthCore’s launch of the HIRD, click here.