IT’S THE WORLD’S HEALTH KNOWLEDGE TURNED INTO ANSWERS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS.

It’s Engineus - The Healthcare Decision Engine

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MORE THAN DATA. THE ANSWERS YOU NEED TO CREATE A HEALTHIER FUTURE.

Engineus, the healthcare decision engine, integrates previously disparate data streams to give you access to the most comprehensive biomedical data warehouse in the world. But it’s more than just big data – it’s an extraordinarily powerful system that rapidly interprets information to produce accurate and actionable insights to support your most important decisions. And because it’s continuously pulling in new clinical and research findings from around the world, it’s getting smarter every day—so you get smarter every day. The answers are there. Finding them is Engineus.

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All our products leverage the power of Engineus, the Healthcare Decision Engine, to turn big data into actionable insights for today’s healthcare leaders. Which solution is right for you?

EngineusGUIDE™

FOR DIAGNOSTIC LABS

EngineusGUIDE™
Turn your lab results into actionable answers for doctors, with the scalable and modular decision engine software that transforms big data into insights relevant to each patient’s molecular profile.

TURN ASSAYS INTO ANSWERS

EngineusEFFECT™

FOR THERAPEUTICS

EngineusEFFECT™
Ensure the safety of new and marketed therapies, with the decision engine software that transforms big population-scale patient outcomes data into answers for predicting and analyzing drug safety effects.

DELIVER SAFER DRUGS

EngineusPROFILE™

FOR EUROPEAN CLINICIANS

EngineusPROFILE™
Discover a wider range of effective therapeutic options, with the profiling solution that pairs world-class cancer diagnostics with insights from the world’s most comprehensive biomedical data warehouse.

FOR EUROPEAN PHYSICIANS

EngineusPROFILE+™

FOR US CLINICIANS

EngineusPROFILE+™
Discover a wider range of effective therapeutic options, with the profiling solution that pairs world-class cancer diagnostics with insights from the world’s most comprehensive biomedical data warehouse.

FOR UNITED STATES PHYSICIANS

COPE™

FOR EMPLOYERS

Offer your employees a novel and innovative benefit, an advanced analysis service that helps the physician find the optimal treatment in case of cancer. The program that gives treatment teams actionable insights from a decision engine backed by a world of biomedical knowledge.

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Molecular Health

Molecular Health is the leading digital health company that leverages its proprietary Engineus platform technology to provide the world’s first healthcare decision engine.

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Molecular Health Launches Expanded Platform Strategy for Engineus™ Healthcare Decision Engine

Expands platform to include solutions across diagnostics, evidence-based clinical decisions, and therapeutics

Boston, MA and Heidelberg, Germany – January 6, 2016 – Molecular Health today announced an expanded strategy for its novel Engineus™ technology platform to include a wide range of healthcare decision support products. Based on the most comprehensive biomedical data warehouse in the world, Engineus™ now offers highly-scalable precision medicine applications across the major healthcare categories: diagnostics, clinical decision support, therapeutics discovery and development.
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Molecular Health Identifies Biomarker for Tumor Growth Related to Cancer Anemia Treatment

Results published today in Cancer Cell validate new diagnostic biomarker for reducing adverse events and improving outcomes of cancer patients with anemia

Findings enable potential patient stratification for tailored treatment

Cambridge, MA – October 15, 2015— Molecular Health, a leader in cloud-based healthcare decision support technology to enable evidence-based treatment decisions and improved outcomes, today announced data that identify and confirm the discovery that ephrin-type B receptor 4 (EPHB4) is an alternative erythropoietin (EPO) receptor. Moreover, it was found that EPHB4 has significant predictive value for guiding EPO use in anemic cancer patients, as patients with tumors expressing EPHB4 are likely to experience poorer outcomes in response to EPO, due to the “triggering” of tumor growth and progression.
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Molecular Health to Offer Early Access Program for SafetyMAP

Enrollment Now Open for Early Access Program (EAP) Set to Launch in November 2015

Cambridge, MA – October 5, 2015 – Molecular Health, a leader in cloud-based healthcare decision support technology to optimize the selection of therapies for improved patient outcomes, today announced that it will initiate an early access program (EAP) offering its SafetyMAP™ software to pharmaceutical companies and clinical professionals involved in drug safety starting in November 2015.
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EMC to assume costs of tumor analysis for employees and relatives with cancer

The "Corporate Oncology Program for Employees" with Molecular Health

Schwalbach/Heidelberg - September 23, 2015 - As of September 1, 2015, EMC in Germany will be joining forces with Molecular Health to launch a Corporate Oncology Program for Employees (COPE). If an EMC employee or the spouse, partner, or child of an EMC employee are diagnosed with cancer, the program will fund an analysis of the patient's tumor genome so that the most promising treatment options can be identified.
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Molecular Health Licenses SafetyMAP™ to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Cambridge, MA – September 9, 2015 – Molecular Health has entered into a commercial license to provide the FDA with use of its SafetyMAP™ software - formerly known as Molecular Analysis of Side Effect information (MASE™), to provide a comprehensive and dynamic analytical solution for the detection and molecular analysis of drug-induced adverse events for all marketed drugs and for predicting safety issues of new drug candidates.  The license supplies the FDA with access to SafetyMAP for 10 concurrent users for a period of one year and can be extended for two additional years at the discretion of the FDA.
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Tumor biomarkers are essential but not sufficient for predicting cancer drug response

Germline biomarkers predicted drug toxicity: impact on clinical routine

June 30, 2015, Heidelberg/Cambridge, MA. A core tenet of precision medicine is that predictive biomarkers can enhance therapeutic decision-making. In a new pilot study, scientists at Molecular Health analyzed a randomly selected set of 250 patients with solid tumors and detected predictive biomarkers in more than 85% of tumors.
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Beyond Hotspots

Many tests for predictive biomarkers in tumors focus on selected known mutations

June 29, 2015. Heidelberg / Cambridge, MA. Many tests for predictive biomarkers in tumors focus on selected known mutations or regions (e.g., hotspot panels). In a new study, scientists at Molecular Health examined the rates of secondary mutations in known biomarker genes and their potential impact on the diagnostic reliability of specific single-nucleotide variant (SNV) biomarker testing.
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Molecular Health Signs Distribution Agreement with TestAnalytika for Latin American Region

June 4, 2015
Cambridge, MA, Houston, TX – Molecular Health signed an agreement with TestAnalytika to be its preferred distributor in the Latin American region at the 2015 ASCO Annual Meeting.  TestAnalytika will begin to market and distribute Molecular Health’s cancer treatment decision support product, TreatmentMAP™, to patients, physicians, hospitals, laboratories, cancer centers and insurers in Latin America later this year.
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New Collaboration to Dramatically Expand Therapeutic Clinical Trial Access for Cancer Patients Across the United States

The Guardian Research Network and Molecular Health will Provide Cancer Patients with Personalized Clinical Decision Support

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts and SPARTANBURG, South Carolina, May 29, 2015

The Guardian Research Network and Molecular Health have announced a collaboration designed to provide therapeutic clinical trial access and molecular diagnostic decision support to the majority of cancer patients living in U.S. communities.
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Molecular Health Wins SAP HANA® Innovation Award in "Technology Trailblazer - Business Application" Category at SAPPHIRE® NOW Conference

May 8, 2015 Cambridge, MA / Heidelberg, Germany - Molecular Health today announced it has won an SAP HANA® Innovation Award in the category Technology Trailblazer - Business Application. The awards presented by SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) recognize the extraordinary ways that customers are using the SAP HANA platform to transform their business and society. 
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Molecular Health gains patent for novel receptor utilizing computational biomarker discovery technology

Addresses unmet need in treatment of millions of cancer patients

April 27, 2015 Cambridge, MA / Heidelberg, Germany -- Molecular Health announced today it has been granted a patent in Europe entitled “Tissue Protective Erythropoietin Receptor”. This latest patent supports Molecular Health’s discovery that EPHB4 is a novel receptor for Erythropoietin (EPO), where EPHB4 binds to EPO and promotes tumor growth. 
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GATC Biotech signs a sales and marketing agreement for products and services with Molecular Health

  • GATC Biotech to play an essential role in the commercialisation of TreatmentMAP™
  • Significantly increased access to the first registered medical device for personalised cancer medicine in Europe
  • GATC Biotech expands the market reach and opportunities of its Diagnostic Solutions division
Constance, Germany, 21 April 2015: GATC Biotech, provider of innovative, high quality DNA and RNA sequencing solutions to the pharmaceutical and diagnostics markets, announced today that it has signed a commercial agreement with Molecular Health.
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Molecular Health to Present at Personalized Medicine World Conference

HEIDELBERG, Germany & THE WOODLANDS, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Molecular Health announced today that its chief innovation officer, David Jackson, Ph.D., will speak at this year’s Personalized Medicine World Conference, Silicon Valley. Dr. Jackson’s presentation, titled, “From Knowledge Innovation to Personalized Pharmacovigilance,” will highlight how the integrated computational analysis of genetic, pharmacological and clinical parameters can be used to identify safer effective treatment options for cancer patients. 
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