Infor is introducing Infor CloudSuite Clinical, an interoperability, analytics, and patient engagement platform to be available in the fall.
This cloud-based solution is for payers, providers, private exchanges, ACOs, PCMHs, RHIOs, and pharma, medical device and technology vendors that are struggling with complex interoperability challenges to exchange and aggregate data from disparate business, operational, and clinical platforms.
Part of the Infor Healthcare suite of solutions, Infor CloudSuite Clinical will provide proven healthcare interoperability and exchange through Infor Cloverleaf, and access to clinical, business, and operations data in a single, flexible, expandable platform.
"Improving population health is of utmost importance, and clinical interoperability is a topic on everyone's mind, right now, from Congress to clinicians, payers and patients. C-suite, clinical and IT leaders are overwhelmed with exploding data, but struggling to prove the return-on-investment from electronic health record implementation efforts," said Barry P. Chaiken, M.D., Infor chief medical information officer. "With an established interoperability and exchange platform, and by collecting, storing, analyzing, and exposing structured and unstructured clinical, business, and operational data, Infor is leap-frogging traditional clinical data repository and warehouse strategies."
Comprised of a clinical exchange, clinical vault, and purpose-built health apps, Infor CloudSuite Clinical allows the healthcare community to capitalize on investments made in electronic health records (EHRs). CloudSuite Clinical will enable organizations to connect data across disparate health applications, collect and store that data in its original form, leverage the power of new data models to make the data meaningful and expose it for secondary uses, such as bio surveillance and comparative effectiveness. ACOs and providers of care will be able to view health records and care delivered outside their systems.
Operational decision makers will be able to aggregate all relevant data in one place. And physicians can address their patients' needs by providing individualized guidance. Through the draft Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard, Infor will also facilitate a standardized API to enable rapid application development for providers, payers, and pharma, medical device and technology vendors, and deliver prepackaged healthcare analytics and workflow apps.