SALT LAKE CITY
Nov. 26, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Remedy Informatics, Inc., the leading provider of registry-based informatics software for life sciences research and healthcare delivery, announced that DKMS, the world's largest bone marrow donor center, has selected Remedy's informatics solutions to solidify its position as an innovator and leader of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation worldwide.
"Without question, DKMS is the kind of client where our powerful analytics and pattern recognition technology will have the greatest impact," said
, Founder & CEO of Remedy Informatics. "We can provide DKMS with solutions that will enable them to improve both donor-recipient matching and, finally, blood cancer patients' chances for survival."
, DKMS is a network of organizations that are actively committed to fighting against blood cancer, diseases of the hematopoietic cell system, and a variety of other forms of cancer. Since 1991, DKMS has been searching for and collecting donor information to match with blood cancer patients around the world. Today, the network boasts more than 3.9 million donors globally and continues to grow each year.
"It is our organization's goal and research focus to give blood cancer patients worldwide a second chance to live," said Prof. Dr.
, DKMS Co-Founder and Director of the Department of Internal Medicine I, University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus, Dresden,
. "The only way we can continue to accomplish our mission is by adopting and implementing effective new and innovative technologies. Remedy's software will not only enable us to collect and manage large amounts of donor and patient data, but also to query that data in search of better, more effective treatments—and, one day soon, a cure. We are confident that this partnership will allow us to develop better systems to accomplish our goals and fight this terrible disease."
Remedy's innovative informatics products are built on its flagship Mosaic™ Platform, which offers the industry's most advanced clinical informatics solution. The Mosaic Platform supports Remedy's highly configurable user-friendly registries that are designed to evolve with an organization's changing research needs over time without intervention from IT departments or outside technology consultants.