How Quahog’s Unified Patient Stack works?

The graphic illustrates how Quahog Unified Stack collects historical data from individual patients, which is used for analyzing conditions. The platform analyzes data and outputs diagnostic probabilities and supplement it with predictive insights and prescribe most effective remedies. These outputs can be accessed by doctors on their desktops or a mobile app. On the other hand, patient apps are also updated with insights and allow the patient to collaborate with the doctor for frequent engagement.

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Precise Health Insights Using Unified Semantic Data Model

Quahog Semi-Supervised Decision Platform is designed to personalize health care to every individual patient, based on their current health data and history. The unique data model design allows the platform to deliver accurate insights and predictions within a short time span. Continue reading

Mitigating risks of Misdiagnosis

Every year, more than a million deaths occur due to misdiagnosis.

Misdiagnosis is a resultant of bad decisions which occurs due to human assumptions based on incomplete data, resulting in death. As time is another important factor in the decision cycle, it is highly dangerous to work on probabilities of the causes, before arriving at the near accurate solution

Today, we have the technology and knowledge to derive accurate decisions by applying analytical models to a full-data set and arriving at various scenarios with probability weights

Quahog Life Sciences is building a technology platform, which can address decision related issues and time taken to arrive at the right solution. The platform uses a unified stack architecture to create individual patient records and synthesizes data with ready intelligence for personalized medicine for each individual

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