Flatiron Health, a healthcare technology company, develops software that connects community oncologists, academics, hospitals, life science researchers, and regulators on a shared technology platform. It offers Flatiron Platform, a web-based business and clinical intelligence data platform that integrates and structures disparate information systems to produce a view of the patient population, provides analytics for business intelligence, resource utilization, marketing, treatment patterns, network management, and research and clinical trials, and allows cancer care providers and life sciences companies to track metrics related to cancer care, monitor adherence to national guidelines across their clinicians, match patients to clinical trials in real-time, and ask custom questions of their data.
Flatiron Health also provides OncoCloud, a suite of software and services, OncoEMR, an analytics tool to support cancer care providers with oncology care model participation requirements, OncoBilling, a practice management system integrated with OncoEMR, OncoAnalytics, a platform that contains dashboards designed to surface actionable data insights, and OncoTrials, a tool to manage oncology clinical trial programs for community oncology practices. Moreover, the company offers a real-world evidence platform in oncology research for life sciences and an electronic health record (EHR) data platform for academic medical centers and hospitals.
Flatiron Health serves hospitals, physicians, and patients in the United States. It has strategic collaboration with National Cancer Institute to explore how real-world evidence derived from de-identified patient data captured at the point of care can be used for clinical trial design and prospective research studies.
Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg founded Flatiron Health in June 2012, with its headquarters in New York City with an additional office in San Francisco in California. Flatiron Health operates as a subsidiary of Roche Holding as of April 6, 2018.
Founders: Nat Turner, Zach Weinberg