1upHealth is a platform for patients, providers and software developers to aggregate and share medical data and wearable device metrics.

Project Overview

1upHealth aims to bridge the gap between patient-centered data and provider needs. The platform enables patients to aggregate and share medical data from external health systems and wearables with healthcare providers to improve outcomes and reduce overall costs.

As a leader in FHIR interoperability, 1upHealth allows for data sharing between healthcare systems at a very low cost utilizing FHIR standards and patient-authorized access. The team is building the foundational API for health application developers from health systems, payers, pharmaceutical companies and startups.

1upHealth spun out of IDHA and has raised over $10M, most recently an $8M Series A in 2020 led by Jackson Square Ventures

Healthcare Context

Health information is often scattered across various health system EMRs, making it challenging to obtain longitudinal and holistic health records to inform clinical decision making. There is an enormous amount of patient data collected inside and outside of traditional care settings that goes unutilized despite ability to improve outcomes and reduce costs (e.g. lower readmissions).

Interested in learning more about 1upHealth?

Visit 1upHealth’s website here or send IDHA an email at accelerator@childrens.harvard.edu