Project Baseline

What is Project Baseline?

Verily launched Project Baseline in 2017 with the goal of bridging the gap between research and care. Its first initiative was the Project Baseline Health Study, a landmark study in partnership with Duke University School of Medicine, Stanford Medicine, Google and the American Heart Association to develop the technology and tools to map human health. Verily has since expanded Project Baseline through alliances with patients, patient-advocacy groups, academic research institutions, health systems and life sciences development organizations.

How are you making it happen?

Change doesn't happen in a silo. Through Project Baseline, Verily is building a connected ecosystem, engaging partners across healthcare, life sciences and technology. Verily and the Project Baseline team continue developing tools and technology, including the Baseline Platform - an end-to-end evidence generation platform - to engage more patients and clinicians in research, make it faster to conduct studies and collect higher quality, more comprehensive data from the real world. Today, Project Baseline encompasses a number of research initiatives, including Research Goes Red with the American Heart Association to engage more women in research; the Baseline Health Consortium, a collaboration with vanguard health systems to bridge the gap between research and care; and strategic alliances with leading companies to develop digitally innovative, patient-centered clinical research programs.

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