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Presentation at Big Data Belfast

24 October, 2019

Diaceutics PLC (AIM: DXRX), the data analytics and implementation services company which services the global pharmaceutical industry, announces that it will attend the Big Data Belfast conference as an invited speaker at the ICC Waterfront in Belfast on 24 October. Big Data Belfast is one of the leading data and technology events on the island of Ireland, driving thought leadership in one of the most exciting and expansive business clusters. This established conference has been running for seven years, featuring global data and analytics experts and best in class data driven organisations.

Derek Hosty, Head of Global Data at Diaceutics will deliver a presentation during the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning section of the conference entitled ‘Using Big Data to make Better Decisions in Healthcare.’ The presentation will be available on the Company’s website from the end of the day and can be accessed via this link: https://www.diaceutics.com/using-big-data-to-make-better-decisions-in-healthcare/

The Company’s proprietary data offering combines diagnostic testing, claims and prescription data providing actionable insights for 115m+ patient records covering 47 deductive pathways in 35 global markets. Diaceutics’ presentation will demonstrate how smart application of the Company’s data analytics can significantly impact outcomes for patients in need of precision medicine therapies using a case study of metastatic lung cancer.

About Diaceutics

At Diaceutics we believe that every patient should get the precision medicine they deserve. We are a data analytics and end-to-end services provider enabled by DXRX - the world’s first Network solution for the development and commercialization of precision medicine diagnostics. 

Diaceutics has worked on every precision medicine brought to market and provides services to 36 of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies. We have built the world’s largest repository of diagnostic testing data with a growing network of 2500 labs in 51 countries.