The amount of data being digitally collected and stored is vast and expanding rapidly.
The heterogeneous character of the medical data being collected presents great challenges in analyses and subsequent application to the practical clinical environment.
Data in Healthcare can be an enabling resource for deriving insights that improve care delivery and reduce waste.
The collection of patient and/or practitioner data enables the Healthcare providers to reduce the costs while putting the patient first.
Our expertise is in helping institutions and individual researchers leverage the full value of their historic and prospective data.
At hyper-speed, AI is re-wiring our understanding of the world, and our concept of Healthcare data and delivery.
Taking over tasks that range from medical imaging to risk analysis to defining or diagnosing health conditions, AI today can truly assist and augment human activity.
At Neogia, we have the know-how to unleash improvements in access, quality, reproducibility and cost by taking advantage of technological platforms and systems previously not available to the Healthcare field.
We take into consideration the regulatory aspect of everything we do from the initial R&D phase of the project to its completion.
We ensure compliance to all the regulations and laws pertaining to the final release of the service we provide or product we create.
Our team is committed to remain up to date in Healthcare regulations and policies relating to data, AI and medical devices. We participate in the ever-evolving discussions with regulatory bodies and key stakeholders. We pay close attention to the regulatory climate in the EU and North America that could affect the activities we carry out with our partners.
Our policies are designed to ensure compliance to the regulatory environment regarding data security. Our protocols are designed to make users aware of whether they are using data that is sensitive or restricted.
Documentation of the needed consent and permissions as part of our protocols ensures that terms and conditions of access to and use of the data are met.
Robustness refers to the strength of our models and procedures when dealing with data.
Before any delivery, we make sure to test, evaluate and validate the functionality of what we create to make sure that the system is working as intended.
Health authorities recognize the importance of protecting personal health data. Our ethics and way of working goes beyond just meeting the regulatory requirements.
Cybersecurity at Neogia insures protection against harm that may be done via network access, malicious data and code injection as well as controlling physical access to system hardware.
Our know-how and focus in the health, medical and environment fields allows us to work closely and effectively with researchers and institutions who have specific needs and expectations regarding storage, analysis and modeling of scientific data. Our way of working and systems are optimized to give ready access and minimize costs related to time access to the data.
Standards & Certifications
Providing products and services that meet applicable statutory and regulatory requirements Quality Management : ISO 9001:2015
Facilitating harmonized medical device regulatory requirements for quality management systems Medical Devices Quality Management : ISO 13485:2003
Identifying the hazards associated with medical devices, controling the risks, and monitoring the effectiveness of the controls Application of Medical Devices’ Risks Management : ISO 14971:2013