Information Builders, a leader in business intelligence (BI), analytics, and data management solutions, today announced the launch of its Omni-HealthData website, bolstering its commitment to support the ever-changing and complex healthcare industry. Omni-HealthData empowers healthcare organizations with vital clinical and operational insights to accelerate the achievement of patient-centered care. This innovative solution is affiliated with St. Luke’s University Health Network, a non-profit and nationally-recognized network of nine campuses and over 300 outpatient facilities that have successfully implemented numerous Information Builders and Omni-HealthData data analysis tools.
With the shift toward value-based healthcare, organizations must have a single view of the patient, payers, workforce, facilities, and other critical elements in their ecosystem. This requires data quality, integration and maintenance of both structured and unstructured data from a variety of sources. Omni-HealthData meets these demands, allowing payers and providers to quickly gather the right answers and derive insights from relevant data when and where they need it, without needing to learn complex tools or worry about data preparation.
Omni-HealthData builds on Information Builders unified platform for generating applications that combine data integration, data quality, and master data management, bringing together sophisticated data modeling and governance capabilities that are unique to the healthcare domain. Omni-HealthData Insights’ turnkey information applications leverage the highly-governed and integrated framework, serving the most critical information needs around key issues such as population health, quality and patient safety, and physician practice management. Additionally, the applications’ format enables non-technical users to easily access information via familiar web browsers and mobile devices.
Mary Jane McKeever, vice president of Finance St. Luke’s, said:
“St. Luke’s is dedicated to leveraging data and advanced analytics to enhance our quality, efficiency, and patient satisfaction for the well-being of our community. Our partnership with Information Builders combines the strengths of both organizations and is a key part of our data management and analytics strategy.”
Gerald Cohen, president and CEO, Information Builders, said:
“Healthcare organizations like St. Luke’s University Health Network have access to an immense volume of data, but often struggle to tap into its true power. Information Builders is committed to supporting healthcare payers and providers in their journey towards value-based care by addressing their unique needs and simplifying their journey. The launch of our Omni-HealthData website is one of the many ways we help these organizations to better understand the requirements and path forward for realizing the value of their information.”