Syntegra announced the launch of the Synthetic Data API, enabling quicker, easier, singular access to patient-level healthcare data. Through this API, data scientists, researchers, product builders and analytics engineers working across healthcare can access the data they need, when and where they need it. Our API provides rapid, flexible data access for algorithm and product development, advanced analytics, real-world evidence research, population health research and so much more.
Syntegra’s Synthetic Data API provides immediate access to patient-level EHR and claims datasets in FHIR, CCLF and pre-processed, analytics-ready formats. Anyone can access entire datasets directly into their work environment, such as Jupyter Notebooks, R, Sagemaker, SAS or others. Users can also build specific patient cohorts most relevant to their research, or choose from Syntegra’s growing list of predefined concepts and cohorts.
“The wealth of clinical knowledge locked in medical records contains the power to drive new insights into human disease and develop novel treatments,” said Michael D. Lesh, SM MD FACC, Syntegra founder and CEO. “Our new Synthetic Data API aligns with our vision of democratizing healthcare data and opening doors for innovation by making data access easier and faster.”
Syntegra is unlocking the promise of real-world evidence by employing a groundbreaking machine learning model — the Syntegra Medical Mind — to enable low-burden access to privacy-preserved and equitable synthetic health data, increasing the value of data for those who have it and providing access for those who need it. Synthetic data matches the statistical accuracy of the underlying data without linking to any actual patients, fully protecting patient privacy. Syntegra’s ever-growing model is built from the statistical patterns of structured healthcare data to serve the diverse needs of our customers, including health systems, life sciences, health tech, payers and clinical research organizations. Gain immediate access to patient-level data via our Synthetic Data API today. Learn more at www.syntegra.io and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.