Our goal is to harness the oceans of naturally generated human data to identify the positive and negative effects of every food, drug, behaviour, and environmental factor on the onset and severity of diseases. This is being done through the creation of an anonymous global database of health data combined with an open-source analytical framework.
Reduce the time and cost required for the discovery of new interventions through the development of:
The Open-Source Unified Health API (Application Programming Interface) - a simplified international factor and outcome health data sharing standard. The Open-Source Unified Health API will lower the barriers of integration and sharing between healthcare and clinical research entities. This will reduce the millions of development hours and billions of dollars wasted by duplication of effort between competing healthcare and research entities by instead promoting cooperation, integration and specialization of labour.
The Global Anonymized Health Data Repository - an international database of donated health data. By bringing together isolated silos health data, it will make it possible for data scientists to discover new causes and treatments for dementia and mental illness.
The Open-Source Health Decentralized Autonomous Organization - A collaborative and incentive system to reward cooperation between businesses, nonprofits, governments, and patients for their contribution of data, labour, and intellectual property to the Open-Source Unified Health API and Open-Source Global Anonymized Health Data Repository.
Fully realizing the potential of the personalized preventative medicine of the future will require coordination between:
Patients - Patients must be incentivized to easily and anonymously collect and share their treatment and outcome data.
Business - Businesses must be incentivized to allow individuals to easily donate their data to research.
Non-Profit Organizations - Disease advocacy non-profits must be incentivized to promote observational studies through the anonymous donation data by their members.
Government - Legislation must be introduced to:
require businesses to allow individuals to access and share their data
allocate resources in proportion to their promotion of the general welfare
require that all publicly funded software projects be free, secure, and open-source
require international cooperation for all public health efforts to reduce wasted duplication of effort and take advantage of natural experiments resulting from differing public health regulations between nations.