How It Works

You have hard-working, disparate information systems that cannot coordinate to feed you an integrated view of results.

This results in frustrated clinicians and administrators who may not have access to all the data they need.

Traditional enterprise-wide health IT systems have evolved from transactional systems. In these systems data is organized and locked in strings that have been created to resolve a specific transaction request.

What this means for your health organization:

System requests are slowed down by the inability to search on individual data components. The search request must move through all the transaction codes in the system to identify the relevant data pieces—an inefficient process in a business that may depend on timely decisions to help save patient lives.