Mindray joins Patient Safety’s Open Data Pledge

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The Patient Safety Movement Foundation (PSMF) announced thatMindray has become the 90th company to sign the PSMF’s Open Data Pledge, demonstratingits commitment to improving patient safety through data sharing.

Joe Kiani, founder and chairman of the Patient SafetyMovement Foundation said, “Just 7 years ago, we started with 9 companies andnow it’s up to 90 companies. Through the commitments of these 90 companies, thepatient data superhighway is becoming reality and developers can createpredictive algorithm and decision support tools to help clinicians save lives.”

The Patient Safety Movement Foundation encourages healthcaretechnology companies to share the data that their products are purchased for,subject to applicable patient privacy laws. They do so without disclosing anyproprietary algorithms or protected data. Companies that sign the PSMF’s OpenData Pledge allow access to the data generated by their medical devices toanyone who can make use of it to improve patient safety, including researchersand software engineers. The data helps advance the development of predictivealgorithms that can alert clinicians and patients to dangerous trends andpotentially trigger life-saving early interventions.

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