14 Mar IMAT Solutions Cited in Gartner Report, “U.S. Healthcare Payer CIOs Should Avoid Data Lake Mistakes with Clinical Data Integration”
IMAT Solutions was recently included in a Gartner report: “U.S. Healthcare Payer CIOs Should Avoid Data Lake Mistakes with Clinical Data Integration.”
The report provides insights into how: “payer CIOs want to know whether data lakes can deliver quick wins for business leaders hungry to derive actionable insights from unstructured and nonstandard clinical data. To avoid drowning in data, CIOs must first specify goals and critically compare internal capabilities to vendor solutions.”
IMAT Solutions allows payers to connect, collect, validate and normalize all health data for not only tackling today’s data tsunami challenges, but also for better aligning claims and clinical systems to drive more coordinated care, and advance new payment models and population health initiatives.
“Your business objectives are clearly aligned to CDI initiatives, and the IT organization is ready to enable clinical data for enterprise application use. However, it is critical to compare commercial vendor solutions to internal capabilities before diving into a data lake investment. Vendors offer both end-to-end solution options (such as interfacing with EHRs, standardizing outputs, applying taxonomies and ontologies, preparing the data for consumption, sharing data, and delivering use-case-based insights) and narrowly targeted offerings,” according to the report.
IMAT Solutions helps payers to access, leverage and index data in both schema/unstructured and data lake environments – providing a comprehensive picture of patients and populations in real-time.
Gartner U.S Healthcare Payer CIOs Should Avoid Data Lake Mistakes with Clinical Data Integration, May 3, 2018
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