Health Catalyst is hoping to revamp the approach for using data to improve care and make better cost-based decisions by incorporating more types of data and enabling a closed-loop analytics process that pushes findings back into electronic health records systems.
The Salt Lake City-based vendor on Tuesday announced what it’s calling a Data Operating System, which combines features of data warehousing, clinical data repositories and health information exchanges.
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