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Information Builders Announces Updated Omni-Patient(TM) Solution for Complete Healthcare Data Management

NEW YORK, NY and LAS VEGAS, NV — (Marketwired) — 02/29/16 — Information Builders, a leader in (BI) and analytics, information integrity, and data integration solutions, today announced its updated Omni-Patient offering, an information management solution that integrates and cleanses disparate sets of healthcare data, including multiple electronic medical records (EMRs) as well as financial and HR systems. The announcement was made from the show floor at the in Las Vegas.

Effective data management is one of the most pressing challenges for today–s healthcare organizations. Healthcare systems produce mountains of data, in numerous different formats and from many disparate sources. Ensuring that data is accurate and consistent is essential for providers to achieve business goals such as enhancing quality of care, optimizing operations, or increasing revenues.

Omni-Patient provides a multi-domain data repository, with mastered subjects and transactional subjects organized into business domains, including clinical, financial, patient, provider, payer, facility, and more. The solution delivers an accurate, integrated picture of each domain, enabling a 360-degree view of mastered subjects, their origin from source records and their history over time. It also includes views over that repository to facilitate business intelligence and analytical use of the data.

“For healthcare providers, having access to a complete and accurate view of all patient, clinical, operational, and financial data together enables them to not only improve care, but also to reduce costs by streamlining processes and improving efficiencies,” said Gregory Dorman, senior vice president and general manager of iWay Software. “Omni-Patient is designed specifically to give providers means and ways to integrate, cleanse, and master disparate data sources, and by doing so to enable trustworthy analytics across the spectrum of care in order to achieve these goals.”

The latest version of the solution concentrates on product features designed to reduce costs and durations of products– implementation cycles, including simplification of integration tasks and methodologies, improved performance, and increased ease of data stewardship and data quality operations. It also includes a number of enhancements to the repository data model, including additional data subjects and elements, as well as more powerful structures for handling codes and code sets, which are prevalent in healthcare systems.

Information Builders is showcasing its solutions in booth 4665 at the HIMSS16 Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, February 29 – March 4, 2016. Follow @infobldrs on Twitter for all the latest news and images from the show floor.

To learn more about Omni-Patient, master data management, and other healthcare solutions from Information Builders, visit .

Information Builders provides solutions for business intelligence (BI), analytics, data integration, and data quality that help drive performance improvements, innovation, and value. Through one set of powerful products, we enable organizations to serve everyone — analysts, non-technical users, even partners, customers and citizens — with better data and analytics. Our dedication to customer success is unmatched with thousands of organizations relying on us as their trusted partner. Founded in 1975, Information Builders is headquartered in New York, NY, with global offices, and remains one of the largest independent, privately-held companies in the industry. Visit us at , follow us on Twitter at , like us on , and visit our page.

Kathleen Moran
Information Builders
(917) 339-6313

Lillian Dunlap
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