Focus on growth, not data limitations

With Compile’s pre-linked, cleansed and user-friendly data, commercial teams can spend more time on increasing conversions across entire customer lifecycle

Foundational data for all your commercial needs

Linked, enriched and analytics ready, Compile transforms messy and disparate datasets into an intuitive graph of healthcare providers and patients

Open Claims

High capture longitudinal patient-level data for medical and pharmacy claims

Payer-complete claims

100% Medicare longitudinal patient-level data for parts A, B and D


Best-in-class provider affiliations with relationship scores and detailed hierarchy

Provider profiles

Complete 360° intelligence on 2M+ healthcare professionals and over 800K facilities

Research data

Over 20M publications and 100K clinical trials linked to HCPs and sites (locations)

Payer master

Normalized and cleansed payer names for channel or line-of-business analysis

Data done right

No more data wrangling

Spend zero time cleaning data errors imputing missing values and unifying messy data sets for analysis

Patient, provider or account view

With affiliations embedded into the patient-level data, analyze your market at whichever level of granularity you need

Shorten time-to-insights

Fully linked data across all areas and a user friendly data model designed for plug-and-play analytics

Use data as you see fit

Compile’s data structure can scale-up or scale-down to your requirements; get only the data you need

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Open Claims

Open claims data is obtained from clearing houses and switches, therefore it does not guarantee that all claims for a patient are captured. Open claims represent some, and possibly all, claims for a specific patient.

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Closed Claims

Closed claims are obtained directly from the payer, therefore it is assumed that it’s a complete picture of all the claims for a given patient.

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