We’re swimming in a sea of data that includes claims and clinical EMR data, registries going back decades, and the looming deluge of new genomic records, with all adding to the flood. Buried in all the noise is the potential for amazing insights to lower costs, drive quality, and improve health outcomes.

Innovators in every area of healthcare are mining data for clues to reduce readmissions, identify care gaps, flag patients at risk in a population, and much more. But the first step is getting useful data into the hands of analysts and researchers. And right now, health data is just not easily “consumable.”

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