Syapse Expands Real-World Data Network in Asia Through Ajou University Hospital Partnership
Syapse is building Asia’s premier learning health network of real-world data derived from leading precision cancer centers
Syapse, a real-world data company accelerating the delivery of precision medicine through the Syapse Learning Health Network and Ajou University Hospital, a research-driven hospital in South Korea, announced a multi-year agreement to collaborate on accelerating precision medicine by leveraging real-world evidence.
Ajou University Hospital is the first academic hospital in Korea to establish a hospital information department and has selected Syapse to advance its leadership in the use of robust, data-driven precision medicine. Ajou University Hospital serves more than 6,300 new cancer patients annually across 10 cancer centers. Ajou University Hospital joins the Syapse international health system network, which was established in the Asia Pacific region through founding regional partner, Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH).
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“We will build an international partnership with Syapse and other health systems in the field of precision medicine to improve the quality of cancer treatment for patients while contributing to the long-term development of precision medicine in Korea for future patients,” said Sang-Uk Han, MD, Director of Ajou University Hospital.
Through this partnership, Ajou University Hospital and Syapse plan to:
- Expand the Syapse Learning Health Network in South Korea and the Asia Pacific region;
- Leverage real-world evidence in clinical practice;
- Enhance clinical trial access to cancer patients; and
- Develop novel insights through collaborative outcomes research projects.
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“Syapse’s health system network has been expanding as we add new partners who are focused on leveraging the value of real-world data to rapidly enhance precision medicine and improve patient outcomes,” said Ken Tarkoff, chief executive officer of Syapse. “We are committed to providing the most updated medical information and insights to Ajou’s healthcare providers across its 10 cancer care centers, and look forward to continued growth in South Korea.”
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