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Human Data Sciences is a Cardiff headquartered healthcare scientific research Med-tech company. We have developed Livingstone – a real-world data analytical platform, and www,prevelanceUK.com – a website and portal that presents UK prevalence data for the complete ICD-10 Taxonomy. Both Livingstone and PrevalenceUK are independent products and brands.
Transforming real-world data into transparent, reliable, and replicable real-world evidence.
Human Data Sciences is a brand name, PrevalenceUK is a brand name. Livingstone is a brand name and trademarked, so please handle with care (just like our logos). We’ve got a few rules to help you do this:
Blurbs about Human Data Sciences to help you describe who we are and what we do, should you need to.
Human Data Sciences is a Cardiff headquartered, long-established contract healthcare research organisation. The team delivers real-world evidence insights for the life sciences industry, government, regulatory bodies, and healthcare systems, including the NHS. The company mission is to empower individuals and healthcare systems to better combat and treat disease, world-wide.
Human Data Sciences’ mission is to empower individuals and healthcare systems to better combat and treat disease, world-wide. Livingstone, a real-world data analytical tool designed and developed by the Human Data Sciences team, enables customer companies to expedite healthcare research as teams, and at speed. The outputs from Livingstone are scientifically validated and reproducible.
Livingstone is a healthcare productivity platform that improves performance by empowering everyone with no-code automation, making search and knowledge sharing seamless, and keeping teams connected and engaged as they move projects forward together. This will be added later.
Livingstone is the engine behind PrevalenceUK. www.prevalenceUK.com is available to everyone to use and presents the UK prevalence data for all diseases in the ICD-10 Taxonomy.
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