Project Description

Scipher Medicine
Using A.I. To Get It Right

Date & Time:

January 6, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

225 million patients don’t respond to prescribed drugs, creating $552B in wasted treatment cost every year.

Scipher Medicine has developed a disease-agnostic diagnostic platform that identifies blood-based drug response biomarkers ensuring patients are prescribed optimal therapy from day one. This results in 35% reduction in overall treatment cost and 40% improvement in outcomes.

Scipher is launching this diagnostic platform addressing the $20B autoimmune disease market with the support of leading payers including United Healthcare, Optum, CVS, and hospital networks nationwide.

Registration is required, so please sign up to secure your spot to find out why so many in the health care industry have backed Scipher Medicine and the platform they have built.

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