As a company with a vision greater than just that of a business capital, Tempus has dropped its anchor in the field of data accumulation and analysis. It operates as a technology company that has given birth to the world’s largest digital library featured in a compact setting. The library hosts clinical and molecular data allowing physicians around the world quick access, convenience and relief from burdening computer tasks.
Through the launch of this mobile app, it has enabled doctors to view their patients clinical history, options for potential therapy and also see if they’re eligible for clinical trials. The Tempus Lab employs advanced analytics algorithms that enables the machine to learn and analyze thousands of data points.
The comprehensive data compiled by Tempus features genomic tests that analyze DNA, RNA, and proteomic data – this combination helps doctors understand a patient’s tumor at the molecular level. This helps with specific identification and allows for treatments to be tailored to the specific cancer of each patient. The Tempus technology also transforms unstructured data and cleanses it. By ingesting and organizing the following documentation: clinical notes, lab reports, X-ray and pathology images and scans, phenotypic radiology results, and therapeutic, it allows physicians to understand the clinical context for each patient. The technology analyzes thousands of clinical and molecular data points and surfaces them for physicians to examine and correspond to with up to date treatment options. The technology gathers all relevant insights for patients acquired from their uniquely formulated molecular profile.
Tempus was co-founded by Eric Lefkofsky who currently serves as the CEO of the company. Eric Lefkofsky has played various roles in different capacities from philanthropy to community interests, to teaching and writing to Entrepreneurial ventures. As a professor, he taught Applied Technology at DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business. He’s also taught in other places and at present is an adjunct professor teaching on the subject of business at the Chicago University. His successful entrepreneurship has included Groupon, Innerworkings, Point.com, Uptake, and Echo Global Logistics. He has been involved in a number of big-budget projects and has mostly co-founded them himself. At present Eric Lefkofsky anticipates the increasing integration and acceptance of his data analysis app. Click here