NEW YORK – Healthcare nonprofit National Community Oncology Dispensing Association (NCODA) will make Xifin's VisualStrata data integration platform available to its oncology practice members under a partnership announced Thursday.
NCODA, an organization that helps oncology practices deliver patient-centered outcomes, has more than 800 oncology practice members across the US and in seven countries. Under the new partnership, these members will have access to Xifin's VisualStrata platform and be able to connect otherwise siloed healthcare data from oncology practices, genomic testing providers, and pharmaceutical stakeholders.
VisualStrata allows healthcare providers to integrate data from electronic health records, diagnostic test results, and genomic results, as well as information about treatments patients received and their social determinants of health. The platform is designed to help oncology practices more efficiently screen patients for clinical trials and contribute to data repositories that help advance cancer research. The platform also helps practices run more efficiently by providing compliance and financial support.
"VisualStrata can help to accelerate the adoption of precision and personalized medicine by organizing and depicting patient- and population-level data and delivering visualizations and dashboards that ultimately provide insight to oncology professionals so that they can improve the quality of patient care as well as practice operations," Harley Ross, Xifin's chief commercial officer, said in a statement.
The platform was first adopted by NCODA member practice Utah Cancer Specialists in 2019. Based on the advantages realized by those practices, NCODA decided to make the platform available across its member practices.