Our unique platform provides researchers the tools they need to explore and understand their health care data universe.
Work directly with your data in real-time through our easy to use visual interface – no middle man required!
Discover new patterns in your data with real-time exploration through our visual interface.
Create and refine cohorts on the fly, adding and removing characteristics in real-time as you see how the data change.
Validate your findings through using established analytical models and tools, all through the Galileo Cosmos visual interface.
“In a world of voluminous and varied data and with a broad range of analytical demands, efficient data analysis has become more important than ever. Cosmos has been the most flexible analytical tool I've used to help efficiently tame and understand a wide variety of clinical data.”Josh MannASCO
“Working with the Galileo Analytics team provided us with important insights and their excellent support, combined with a uniquely flexible, visual analytics interface, saved us valuable time.”Sicco PopmaJanssen Research & Development
Test the temperature of your market…before diving in.
Define what’s most important for you, and we create a study designed to answer your most critical questions.
Get research customized for your needs, with results back to you in days.
Gain insights from rapid turn around analysis of real-world data from electronic health records from across the US and Europe.
Define the research based on your needs and your budget.
(Washington, DC – May 19, 2016) – Galileo Analytics Co-Founder Anna McCollister-Slipp will speak next week as part of a panel discussing The Impact of Wearable Devices on Healthcare, sponsored…
(Washington, DC – May 19, 2016) – Galileo Analytics Co-Founder and CEO Simon Fitall will join a group of prestigious speakers at next week’s MD Bio+Tech16 conference in Bethesda, Maryland….
(Washington, DC – May 3, 2016) – Galileo Analytics Co-Founder Anna McCollister-Slipp will join senior HHS officials, entrepreneurs and privacy experts on a panel next week at Privacy and Security…