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The Cisco-UCSF Connected Health Interoperability Platform is a collaboration between two leaders in their respective industries.
Cisco is an industry leader in networking, connectivity, and the Internet of Everything. The company’s Service eXchange Platform (SXP) provides comprehensive cloud solutions for delivering business process and automation as a service. SXP rapidly connects users, applications, and data to form a highly secure enterprise-grade cloud that delivers business services faster, at lower cost and at scale.
UCSF is ranked as the seventh best hospital in the nation by US News and World Report®, and is ranked second nationally in NIH research funding. The UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation (CDHI), founded in 2013 under the direction of Dr. Michael Blum, is renowned for its thought leadership in digital health. CDHI partners with technology companies to solve real-world health problems and speed the implementation of innovation into everyday healthcare.
This is a unique co-development collaboration with a combined team from the two organizations occupying a co-located office space on the UCSF Mission Bay campus. The collaboration was carefully designed to leverage the strengths of the two companies and enable a unified team to work closely together.