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Jan. 24: Healthcare analytics, big data, and BI vendor news

Author | Date January 24, 2014

Remedy Informatics to provide new technology platform for the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s (ASCO) Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI): Remedy Informatics, Inc., the leading provider of registry-based clinical informatics software for healthcare delivery and life sciences research, announced that it has been selected by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) to provide the technology platform for the nationwide Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI)

South Nassau Communities Hospital chooses Allscripts dbMotion and FollowMyHealth: South Nassau Communities Hospital, leveraging and building upon its Allscripts Sunrise electronic health record platform, has selected Allscripts dbMotion and FollowMyHealth to provide system integration, data exchange, patient engagement and next-generation population health management and analytics to coordinate and improve patient care.

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center implements Intelligent InSites’ real-time operational intelligence solution: Intelligent InSites, Inc., the leading provider of real-time operational intelligence for healthcare, today announced that Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (VMC) has implemented Intelligent InSites’ real-time location system (RTLS) asset management software to automatically track and manage 5,000 hospital assets throughout 9 buildings on their campus.

SAS Fraud Framework helps Dutch insurer CZ control health care costs: Nonprofit Netherlands health insurer CZ has selected SAS Fraud Framework for Health Care to help prevent fraud, waste and abuse. The solution from business analytics leader SAS enables CZ to uncover fraudulent claims faster than was previously possible, ultimately helping to reduce health care costs. To help get rising health care costs under control, CZ developed the cost management program Zorgkostenbeheersing 2.0, with an important goal being, to quickly detect, investigate and report on erroneous or unjustified claims.

Meditek releases the latest Skytron SkyTrac smart cabinets with RFID enabled technology: Meditek, in partnership with Skytron, is leading the way in supplying the Canadian healthcare market with the latest technology for smart cabinets. SkyTrac, a product line of cabinets integrated with RFID technology, makes it easier for healthcare facilities to automatically track consumable items used for patient care.

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