The need to exchange data between all healthcare personnel, from patients to researchers to healthcare clinicians to regulators, is at an all-time high due to Healthcare’s relatively recent transformation into a digital-heavy industry. The exchange of such massive amounts of information can be both taxing and inaccurate.
Making sense of this data proves to be another equally burdensome challenge, particularly when people from different sectors of the industry want to communicate. Not only does Anzo solve both of these problems, but it also allows for data to be collected from trusted outside sources, including payers, genomic research centres, public health databases, biobanks, and social media feeds.
Read this whitepaper to learn how the Anzo Smart Data Lake solves these problems by disrupting the way IT and businesses alike manage and analyze data at enterprise scale with unprecedented flexibility, insight and speed.
- Enterprise innovation and collaboration across all service lines and divisions
- Modernize and future-proof your IT / data infrastructure
- Turn hard-to-access data into valuable assets available when and how you need in current workflow
- Reduce dependency on proprietary HIT vendor(s)
- Streamline and integrate internal operations
- Common language strengthens internal & external business interactions
- Become “easier to do business with”
- Reduce IT Debt and improve speed/agility to new business solutions
- Integrate disparate EMRs
- Business agility for new strategies and or operating models
- Influence clinical outcomes and improve cost of care via quality
- Access to all systems and applications via unified platform for the enterprise
- Leverage analytics as a core competency, advancing AI and ML initiatives
- Interoperable partner and network collaborations
- Create and maintain contextualized relationships with patients and other consumers of your products/services
- Patient-centric interactions and connected hand-offs across continuum
- Promote wellness and health monitoring as fun and rewarding
This blogpost discusses how semantic graph technology can help overcome the challenges presented by healthcare regulations and standards such as HL7.
The business of healthcare is broken, and that’s getting in the way of forward-thinking clinicians who should be optimizing digitally enabled medical advancements. We suggest implementing an event-enabled, services oriented, interoperable semantic layer to reinvent healthcare.
Without the right information management capabilities a definitive path to positive change for healthcare organizations is simply not attainable. They must assemble platforms of integrated tools/components/services that perform in unison to ingest, catalog and analyze all sources of data available.