The PROMETHEUS Difference

Our success is fostered by an expertise in clinical research informatics—applying informatics techniques to discover and manage new knowledge relating to health and to repurpose that knowledge to improve care and outcomes. We have tested and reaffirmed our approach across a variety of health stakeholders including biomedical researchers, private philanthropies, healthcare systems, and medical societies.

Acquire. Validate. Integrate. Repurpose.

Our registry solutions empower teams to bridge the governance and interoperability chasms in regulated environments to create the data assets that will drive knowledge discovery for years to come.

These organizations are leading the charge to make healthcare and research more interoperable, reproducible, and accountable.

(Unsurprisingly, we’re very active members.)

Eminent teams trust Prometheus

We have a strong track record of project success and unwavering commitment.

We’ve been very pleased with our decision to partner with Prometheus on creating AOA’s Measures and Outcomes Registry for Eyecare (MORE). Our team has benefited not just from their expertise in integrating data from EHRs and other sources, but also from their ability to present technical ideas and options in a way that engages our doctors and association staff.
Beth Kneib, OD, Director, Clinical Resources Group, American Optometric Association

Prometheus designed a system that has allowed us to reach our goals of making effective screening more accessible to both providers and families. Their experience with large-scale, longitudinal studies and detailed understanding of clinical research informatics were essential to the success of the Smart ESAC and Family Ecosystem. Prometheus has been a thoughtful and committed partner throughout the development of this important project.

Amy M. Wetherby, Ph.D., Distinguished Research Professor, L.L. Schendel Professor of Communication Science & Disorders, Florida State University
Prometheus was instrumental in turning a complex and initially unwieldy scientific project into a fully functional one, enhancing both the scientific endeavor and our ability to flexibly adjust to and support the families participating in our studies. I unequivocally recommend them on any complex data collection project.
Ami Klin, PhD, Chief of Autism and Related Disorders, Marcus Autism Center