Thomson Reuters has introduced a health information exchange platform that includes data analytics software and reporting functions.

The Ann Arbor, Mich.-based vendor is piloting the product with several states it will not identify. The platform's architecture uses a combination of federated and centralized models for handling data. Under a federated model, data simply is routed--collected and delivered, but not retained. But the platform also enables the retaining of selected data in a central data repository for analysis and reporting.

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