Government agencies – and the contractors who support their missions – are engines for innovation.
Across our portfolio, the Spire Team helps promote clients, programs, and initiatives that are literally changing the world.
Using microfluidics, Draper connects 17 human organoids to replicate how drugs interact with organs as they move through the body. This biotechnology marvel will fundamentally change how drugs are tested – accelerating discovery, getting promising pharmaceuticals to market faster, and promoting more proactive testing for women and children.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT is making it possible for health data to be electronically shared securely among providers, patients, and healthcare stakeholders. When everyone has the information they need – when and where they need it – individuals and communities can enjoy better health and greater wellbeing. And America will have a robust data foundation for improving diagnostics and disease prevention.
AHRQ’s Digital Healthcare Research Division funds research to transform digital healthcare through technologies that empower patients and improve care delivery. In 2021 alone, the agency pursued more than 100 projects that uncovered new ways to make technology work for patients, clinicians, and health systems.