Truveta Studio

Enabling scientifically rigorous, fast, and compliant analytics

Empowering researchers to study safety and effectiveness, improve patient care, and train medical AI

Research insights have been slowed due to inaccessible data, expensive per-user pricing, and opaque methods impeding trust – until now

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Trusted by leading healthcare and life science organizations

Explore scientifically rigorous research created in Truveta Studio

Monitoring report: Respiratory viruses [updated July 28, 2023]

Risk of COVID-19 breakthrough infection and hospitalization in individuals with comorbidities

The temporal relationship between preeclampsia and heart failure

Immediate access to data

Access a representative patient-level dataset immediately, including statistically significant populations for rare diseases

Express clinically meaningful populations fast with Truveta Prose, the first language to express computable medical concepts

Transparent population datasheets with details on the representativeness, completeness, timeliness, and validity of data

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Fast, powerful, and compliant analytics for everyone

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Only pay for what you use, the most cost-effective solution – from simple analytics to complex multimodal AI training

Learn from daily updating dashboards and visualizations for safety monitoring or ongoing analyses

Perform deep analysis with a compliant and scalable notebook, atop a serverless SQL experience, pre-installed with the latest medical statistics and visualization libraries, with full support for R and Python

Export data into your own secure environments, including SAS, Excel, and others

As medical researchers, our goal to better understand and improve public health can’t be achieved alone. By collaborating with others and sharing up-to-date, detailed, large-scale data, we can answer questions that would otherwise take years to study. This collaboration with Truveta was an excellent example of that.

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Anupam B. Jena, MD, PhD

Harvard University physician and economist, host of the Freakonomics, MD podcast, and author (with Christopher Worsham) of Random Acts of Medicine

Collaborate and earn trust

Accelerate your research with the Truveta Library, with thousands of clinical data definitions, templates, and studies to build upon

Easily share your study with others inside, or outside your organization

Earn trust in your research with full transparency of methods and data for reproducibility

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