Interoperability and health information exchange platform vendor Informatics Corporation of America will add clinical data analytics and benchmarking software to its portfolio.

The Nashville-based company, known as ICA, will use the analytics technology of Futrix Health, Portland, Ore. The software supports accessing and merging disparate data to create meaningful measures; creating analysis groups to permit member segmentation and analysis of clinical groups; categorizing information into non-traditional sub-groupings; and benchmarking data parameters such as geography, providers, time period, population and industry.

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