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A company formed to aggregate and sell de-identified data on millions of American patients has attracted a trio of new hospital partners, adding providers in Dallas and Washington, D.C., to a national network that now includes 17 health systems.

Truveta, helmed by former Microsoft executive Terry Myerson, has signed on D.C.-based MedStar Health and the Dallas-based health systems Baylor Scott & White and Texas Health Resources. The hospitals now participating in the company’s efforts account for about 15% of care delivered across 40 U.S. states.

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