OWN AND VIEW YOUR ‘WHOLE LIFE’ DATA
The application enables users to store a copy of their medical, genomics, nutrition, fitness and social data (whole life data) in an intuitive interface on their own devices and personal cloud. This enables them to make more informed personal wellbeing decisions.
HAVE YOUR DATA INDEXED FOR ANONYMIZED TRANSACTIONS
With the patient’s explicit permission, an anonymized, searchable index of the data is extracted and stored on their device or personal cloud. The user can give revocable consent to researchers to access this anonymised index.
SHARE YOUR DATA WITH YOUR DOCTORS
Users can opt to share their data with their medical professionals, enabling the practitioner to make more accurate and rapid diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
HDX never sees, touches or holds this information. The user is fully in control of the use of this data and can grant access to their anonymized data altruistically for research or in return for benefits. The creation and enhancement of the index is driven by a number of AI approaches. We are collaborating with leaders in this field to further develop this capability.
ACCESS MULTIPLE DATA TYPES TO OPTIMISE COHORTS
We enable medical researchers to interrogate the anonymous indices of patients in the participant ‘pool’ to find the optimum cohort for their research project in near real-time. They can interrogate the data based on demographics, geography, conditions, symptoms, genomics, lab data, behavioral and lifestyle factors.
DESIGN COHORTS ITERATIVELY
Our research tool enables an iterative approach to cohort design that involves a continuous series of feasibility studies conducted in near real-time without having to go into the field. This offers unprecedented flexibility in the cohort design and significantly reduces the time to start a trial.
CONNECT ANONYMOUSLY TO REQUEST CONSENT
Once a cohort is identified, the Researcher can connect anonymously to the individuals who meet their criteria to request consent for involvement in return for value exchanges that are permissible in their geography. All this is achieved without the Researcher having access to any personal data of prospective cohort candidates.