- Who We Are
- How it Works
- Leadership Team
Who we are
Particle is shaping the new standard for healthcare data exchange with a user-friendly API platform. We create intuitive experiences for developers, build scalable infrastructure product teams love, and collaborate with innovative leaders launching data-driven solutions.
Fast, easy healthcare data. Finally.
Particle Health’s modern API platform unifies records from over 320 million patients across the United States. We provide a single, secure access point serving as the pipes for these medical records via direct integrations with the largest healthcare networks and frameworks, including CommonWell, CareQuality and eHealth Exchange.
Our company started in early 2018 with a big vision to break down data silos. Leveraging the opportunities brought forth by new legislation, Co-Founders Troy Bannister and Dan Horbatt built a platform integrated with the largest EMRs in the U.S. By early 2020, the team at Particle Health closed a $12M Series A, led by Menlo Ventures, and in the summer of 2022 we raised a $25 million Series B, led by Canvas Ventures.
Now boosted by significant traction, a growing team roster, legislative landslides, and the heightened awareness of anti-information blocking and compliance, Particle Health is leading the charge on developing a best-in-class interoperability platform that aggregates and delivers actionable patient data and insights to companies.
The future of healthcare is all about data-driven optimization and Particle provides the clean, interoperable data needed to derive breakthrough insights that’ll create the next big product in healthcare. By searching the nation’s most comprehensive networks, we can pinpoint the relevant data companies need to make clinical decisions, and pull curated, focused data outputs directly into their EMR or platform.
How does this actually work?
Behind the scenes
Particle uses multiple national networks behind our API. We send the demographics payload out to each network. Network participants receive the payload and attempt to match using their Master Patient Indexes.
The EMRs we connect with must send back the USCDI dataset at a minimum according to interop rules and regulations. This includes everything found in a C-CDA and more (Encounters, Diagnostics, Labs, Medications, Allergies, Procedures, Observations, Vitals, Discharge Notes, etc.).
Before gaining access to patient data
- It is a requirement for digital health companies to fall under the Treatment Purpose of Use.
- Our partners also have to be network approved.
- Customers sign just one BAA.
- We kick off the process after determining the best use case.
A powerful API platform
320 million+ FHIR-enabled records
Patient records accessible in FHIR and C-CDA formats, straight from our API.
90%+ EMR coverage
Including Cerner, Greenway Health, Epic, athenahealth, GE Healthcare & more.
Our API has connections to 160K+ health systems, practices, and clinics in the US.
~90%+ query success rate
We deliver the highest QSR in the industry with 135 records found for every successful query.
Explore our use cases
- Primary Care
- Specialty Care
- Platforms + EHRs
Now it’s easier than ever for Primary Care providers to access thoughtfully curated datasets from the largest nationwide networks in the United States.
- With Particle, Primary Care providers can securely aggregate & activate patient data from over 160,000 discrete healthcare organizations to fuel innovations and efficiencies across every setting.
- We’re powering the entire Primary Care ecosystem from On-Site Care to Virtual Care and Home Health.
- Data Products for Primary Care include our FHIR R4 and C-CDA API (ax the fax!), our pre-curated datasets, and ADT Feeds.
We enable Specialty Care organizations to improve treatment with specialized search logic that retrieves and delivers condition-specific insights and data products for several specialties.
- Particle fetches data from Centers of Excellence (COEs) tied to patients' conditions and produces outputs designed for clinicians, by clinicians.
- Specialty Providers can search the top 50-60 COEs for each specialty utilizing Particle’s Specialty Search capabilities.
- We also help companies organize condition-specific data from across the US into insightful, actionable outputs ready for patient workflows with FOCUS.
Interoperability is made easy for Health Tech Platforms and EHRs with Particle for Platforms. Platforms can pull, process, and share data from virtually any provider in the US to every organization they serve via a single API.
- Particle enables Platforms to provide each of their care organizations network connectivity to national health information exchanges, ADT feeds, and RX data.
- We handle user creation, usage policies, record location, directory structure, credential management, and security across multiple national networks.
- Particle’s time-tested, bi-directional API finds information for 90% of patients with an average of 135 records per search, making it more robust than any other interoperability solution.
Meet the Leadership Team
Chief Executive Officer
Jason is an engineer-turned-operator who was instrumental in building Komodo Health's data platform. He led the data platform’s expansion from beyond their core market of life sciences to also entail the rest of healthcare including payers and providers, creating a $50M revenue business in just a few years. Prior to Komodo Health Jason spent four years helping grow Palantir’s commercial analytics and data science capabilities. Jason holds a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University.
Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer
After spending 15 years in healthcare in multiple capacities — as an EMT, medical student, clinical researcher and early-stage investor — Troy found a disturbing gap in patient rights & paper processes the digital solutions could fill. Troy is incredibly optimistic about the future, particularly as it relates to legislation and emerging data standards. Past experience: Mount Sinai Health System, StartUp Health, IEEE and a graduate of Georgetown University.
Chief Revenue Officer
Steve has held numerous sales leadership positions at technology and enterprise companies. Most recently, he served as Chief Revenue Officer at Datavant where he helped scale the commercial organization, successfully helping it secure Series B funding in less than 2 years. Prior to Datavant Steve was the CRO at RPX Corporation. He received his BA in Economics from Bucknell University and his MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
VP of Marketing
Marlena's marketing experience spans 15+ years, ranging from corporate consulting to tactical startup execution. Past experience: MasterCard, The Advertising Research Foundation, mllnnl digital agency, Vericred, and a graduate of Lehigh University, where she holds an M.Eng in Mechanical Engineering.
VP of Customer Success
VP of People & Culture
Mina is a talent executive, organizational design architect, and DEI advocate with 17+ years of experience leading and scaling people operations through various stages of growth while building, developing and retaining high performing teams. Past companies include: ThoughtWorks, IA Collaborative, RightAtSchool, and Caremerge.
VP of Operations & Chief of Staff to the CEO
Over the past 15 years, Elyse has led successful new product launches across a wide range of industries. Most recently, she worked on operational execution at Komodo Health — building teams and processes to scale the data platform solutions to new markets. Previously, Elyse has focused her career on social impact innovations within complex systems such as public health, solar power, and financial inclusion. She holds an engineering degree from Stanford University.
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Content about our products
The technology is ready for the Anti-Information Blocking Rule to transform healthcare.Read More
By making records more accessible, Particle is breaking data barriers within the healthcare industry.Read More
Value-based care can realize its full potential through healthcare API adoption.Read More
Becker’s Hospital Review
Particle’s EHR-compatible software tool is a way for platforms to enable true interoperability out of the box.Read More
Can API vendors solve healthcare’s data woes? Particle could solve a core problem in digital healthcare and unlock a wave of new digital services.Read More
Particle Health makes healthcare data easier to share. It’s a tech-forward solution that delivers standardized and clean information.Read More
A handful of companies are powering the next wave of the digital health revolution, and investors believe these may remain dominant over time.Read More
In a healthcare system that isn’t built for ease of access, Particle’s platform provides the pipes between data lakes of siloed records.Read More
Anti-information blocking fines are coming later this summer - here's what you need to know.Read More
Particle for Platforms
Particle for Platforms is a single, system-wide API integration that links health IT businesses into all three nationwide Health Information Networks.Read More
Q&A: State of National Networks
Particle's co-founder, Troy Bannister, discusses the state of US healthcare's national networks with Healthcare Innovation.Read More
Jasper Health Partnership
Particle enables a digital oncology company to generate more advanced patient insights and elevate customized cancer care.Read More
Particle’s Platform helped a virtual primary care company contextualize patient data to improve care and identify those eligible for weight management treatment.Read More
A Healthcare Data Deep-Dive
Particle’s Director of Clinical Strategy, Carolyn Ward, MD, and host Iqbal Atcha RPh, MBA, SPHR take an illuminating deep-dive into healthcare data accessibility and usability.
How Particle Plays a Pivotal Role in the Future of Healthcare
Delve into the dynamic landscape of healthcare and how Particle intends to embrace AI to ingest, analyze, and unlock value and actionable insights from data.
Patients Come First
Our API opens platforms up to more connectivity, without exposing them to the risk of improvised interoperability solutions. In this conversation, Troy Bannister explains what’s next in health data and how we’re building up to a seismic change.
“We need more good doctors in this world,” Particle Health CEO Troy Bannister explained, which Particle facilitates for the long term by integrating patient data into their platforms.