Healthcare data analytics company Komodo Health has made new hires after recently introducing MapLab, an AI-enabled tool that provides information on treatment pathways, disease trends, and patient populations for healthcare and life sciences organizations. Julia Goebel has joined Komodo Health as the new senior vice president of marketing, while Brad Kelley has been appointed as the general manager of MapEnhance, a network of specialty data partners connected to the company’s technology platform.
Goebel previously worked at healthcare technology company symplr and served as the chief marketing officer at Halo Health. Kelley brings experience from his previous role as the president of Evernorth Intelligence Solutions, Cigna’s data and analytics company.
MapLab, launched last week, offers analytics templates, dashboards, and codesets for the analysis of patient cohorts and the generation of insights. These insights can be used to create interactive visualizations and dashboards for presentations. Users can also integrate and manage data from Komodo Health’s Healthcare Map, a database of over 330 million de-identified patient characteristics and care journeys. Additionally, Komodo Health provides development offerings for data scientists and engineers to build new APIs, applications, and algorithms using their data.
Komodo Health’s president, Web Sun, described MapLab as groundbreaking software that enables users to pose complex healthcare questions and quickly visualize and understand key insights. The tool opens the door to accelerating innovation, conducting research, and improving outcomes in healthcare at an unprecedented pace and scale. MapLab offers both a simple, user-friendly experience for individuals at any level of analytics or coding skill, as well as more advanced tooling for data scientists and engineers.
Founded in 2014, Komodo Health has secured significant funding over the years. In 2020, the company raised $50 million in Series C funding. In the following year, Komodo Health received a substantial $220 million Series E investment, leading to a valuation of $3.3 billion. Additionally, the company obtained $200 million in structured equity.
Last year, Komodo Health underwent a restructuring that involved laying off 9% of its workforce to adapt to market changes and meet customer demands. In June, the company partnered with Illinois-based data analytics firm TheMathCompany to provide MathCo’s pharmaceutical clients with access to Komodo Health’s Healthcare Map.
In April, Komodo Health introduced MapEnhance, which enhances the Healthcare Map by incorporating exclusive data from their partners, further expanding their data capabilities and insights.
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