Understand how the healthcare universe really works today

Precision Medicine

Every patient is unique. Each has their own history. Most have more than one chronic diagnosis, each with its own treatment, side effects and outcomes potential. Finding the best treatment strategy can be challenging. Medical guidelines can be helpful, but most are based on randomized controlled trials of patients who likely had very different medical histories than the one that you’re treating.

Galileo Cosmos enables you to give more precisely tailored care. Through our platform, you can view all of the patients in your data set who have characteristics that look a lot like the patient you’re seeing this afternoon. By reviewing real-world data from patients with similar histories, you can learn what has worked – and what hasn’t – and use the knowledge from that precisely mined data to inform your thinking about each patient’s care.

Population Health

It’s one thing to develop a new, powerful treatment. That used to be enough. Not anymore. Today, for patients to have access to a new medication, it’s not just about health, it’s health economics.

You need to show not just that a new therapy works, but that it works better than everything else. Do some patients benefit more than others? Does it keep some groups healthier over time? What specific subgroups might benefit more…or less.

In the era of ballooning costs, these questions are more important than ever. Galileo Cosmos™ let’s you find the answers you need with unprecedented speed and precision. Cosmos let’s you rapidly define and refine cohorts and subpopulations of patients, enabling you to see how your new therapy affects groups of patients that are most vulnerable and in need.

Research and Development

Cutting edge research. It’s everybody’s goal. But when you’re product is that groundbreaking, how do you define the new science of success? Galileo Cosmos™ let’s you dynamically mine and monitor your data. Run sophisticated analytics on your data as it comes in. Define new outcomes, then monitor them over time, launching your R&D efforts into new scientific frontiers.