COVID-19 Research Published in The Lancet Rheumatology Finds Rheumatic Disease Patients are at a Reduced Likelihood of Severe Outcomes Now vs. Early Days of Pandemic
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School using de-identified real-world data from TriNetX found decreased risk of hospitalization and death over time for rheumatic disease patients suffering from COVID-19
Scotland’s NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board Seeks Better Use of Data and Increased Participation in Clinical Trials by Joining TriNetX Network
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board (NHSGGC), the largest NHS organization in Scotland and one of the largest in the UK, has joined the TriNetX global health research network to better leverage its extensive patient data and to promote its participation in clinical trials and research.
Cambridge, MA, November 19, 2020 — TriNetX, the global health research network that revolutionizes clinical research and enables discoveries through the generation of real-world evidence (RWE), today announced it has placed on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a...
Narayana Health in India Joins the TriNetX Network to Drive Innovation and Attract Global Clinical Trials
Narayana Health, headquartered in Bengaluru, India, has joined the TriNetX global health research network to help increase access to data that can drive innovation and expose them to more locally relevant global clinical trials.
Mediclinic Middle East, located in Dubai, Al Ain, and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has joined the TriNetX network to help grow the hospital group’s overall research portfolio and expand its clinical trial opportunities.
New Research Published in The Lancet Psychiatry Finds COVID-19 Associated with Increased Risk for Developing Psychiatric Disorders
Researchers at the University of Oxford, using deidentified real-world data from TriNetX, found that one in five COVID-19 patients receive psychiatric diagnosis within 90 days; patients with existing psychiatric disorders more likely to contract COVID-19