Updated HOP Teaming Dataset Released During PMSA 2021

The HOP Teaming Dataset from CareSet offers the most detailed and up-to-date picture of the patient-sharing relationships found between all U.S. Medicare providers

HOUSTON – CareSet released the updated HOP Teaming Dataset during the Pharmaceutical Management Science Association (PMSA) 2021 Annual Conference. The release is a game-changing dataset that offers the most detailed and up-to-date picture of patient-sharing relationships between all Medicare providers in the US healthcare system.

The updated HOP Teaming dataset continues to provide some of the most timely and necessary insights into how healthcare ecosystems work across the US. The HOP Teaming Dataset is also one of the largest social graph datasets of any kind that is available with real person and business names included. 

This is the sixth year CareSet has released the dataset. The commercial version is available for a nominal fee, and previous years are available at no cost. To obtain either version of the 2019 data, please email support@careset.com

About CareSet 

CareSet (https://careset.com) is transforming the way biomedical companies go to market. We believe in getting the best treatments to the right patients quickly and efficiently. We do that by analyzing government data sources, such as Medicare claims data. With CareSet, biomedical companies become better at serving the patient community.


Brian Lang

As an eight-year-old, Brian made and sold candles door to door. As an adult with a chronic entrepreneur addiction he helped a boutique music label grow to a national brand in the 80s, launched a successful Internet startup in the dot-com era, and today connects best-of-breed health and medtech startups with leading large healthcare organizations to accelerate innovation. He annually runs the coaching for companies competing in Austin's SXSW Accelerator - and when not working, he spoils his grandkids.