Oculair RWE comprises data and health data expertise relating to proprietary data which is accessible to RAIR, both for the purposes of powering its suite of AI products/solutions and also for those other data applications which demand access to high quality longitudinal health data.
Real World Evidence
RAIR has negotiated access to highly-sought real world data sourced through a non-exclusive data license agreement with an NHS Trust and has received Heath Research Authority (research ethics committee) approval to build a persistent database which may be used for the purposes of its ML research projects. The database covers a population of >1,000,000 people and one of the busiest ophthalmology departments in the UK. Data from the UK is highly-sought because, unlike health systems in other developed nations, every UK citizen has a medical record which details their every interaction with the health service, from cradle to grave. The data is also outcomes oriented, not payment oriented.
Most of these records are held electronically and may, with due care, be indexed to other types of centrally-collected contextual data: the value of this data for the purposes of AI model development is almost unparalleled.
All of RAIR's handling of data is carried out with rigorous controls which are implemented under the auspices of the "acuité" governance structure.
What can Oculair RWE do for you? Please check out our website or fact sheet or get in touch with us today so that we can set up a demo.
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