SDS 360™

Sophic Disease Surveillance 360 

SDS 360 provides medical professionals with easy access to valuable, new and evolving information stored in literature and databases related to patient-specific genomic information.

Lab directors, physicians, and genetic counselors in many hospitals or research labs do not have an efficient way of gaining further insights into constantly changing genomic information in patient test results.

Typically, they must mine, search, and assemble relevant information by accessing a range of sources which takes excessive time and may not be entirely complete or accurate. 

The Sophic Disease Surveillance 360 Insights system enriches patient test results with valuable information stored in disparate clinical and scientific sources.  Enrichment information includes clinical, drug, patient treatment, and patient outcome data from continually evolving sources.

SDS 360 uses core ontologies such as the International Classification of Disease (ICD), SNOMED-CT, and the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) to standardize sources and deliver only the most relevant results to the user. 

Below is the SDS 360 workflow diagram:

SDS 360 Insights

Genomic Education System

Sophic’s Disease Surveillance 360 Insights is a Genomic Education System configured to support a wide range of complex diseases, including cancer, heart disease, and many more.

SDS 360 can analyze a range of laboratory tests producing Variant Call Files (VCF) or other data formats. Currently, the SDS 360 KnowledgeBase is delivered with six fully integrated clinical and scientific databases.  Sophic offers many additional databases that can be selected by the medical professional for inclusion in the KnowledgeBase.

The SDS 360 KnowledgeBase is always current because the data model and source databases are kept current using an automated update tool. Customer specified “trusted sources” can be quickly added and deployed to medical professionals as required.

Additionally, SDS 360 provides an annotation function that is configured to provide medical professionals with a collaborative learning environment, institutionalizing knowledge for future access and use. Notes from a medical professional review of new knowledge are stored within the system and can be accessed by authorized users to enhance patient care system wide.  Medical professionals can select and annotate information which can be shared with colleagues or patients.