DURHAM – Biospatial, a Durham-based company building a national collaborative to provide early warning of health events and trends no otherwise detectable, has raised a $1, 114. 720 equity round, according to a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Biospatial platform uses data, analytics and visualization tools to alert its users to anomalous events related to human health and the biosphere. Examples include gastrointestinal and respiratory illnesses, opioid overdose, and motor vehicle crashes.
It is building a national network of state and local responders. It uses multiple data source, including real-time Emergency Medical Services records and proprietary data shared by its network.
The cloud-based platform includes intuitive, web-based interfaces to enable users to visualize data, generate reports, and control user access.
It is audited annually to certify compliance with HIPAA, HITRUST, and SOC2. Users cannot access raw data unless granted permission by data owners.
State and local data owners are granted access to the platform at no charge.
Federal agencies and commercial entities can access aggregate alerts and county-level trends via paid subscriptions to support preparedness and response and the healthcare, automotive and risk management markets.