Healthcare providers seek to significantly improve the standard of care they deliver. They aim to consistently incentivize best practices across all networks of care, identify and implement evidence-based medicine, reduce readmission rates, and deliver real-time reporting of infectious diseases.
Providers are also investing in the promise of personalized medicine by updating their technology with unified data integration of genomic and clinical data, entity extraction, and natural language processing of clinical notes.
Significant obstacles block providers from achieving their vision. The scale of the data, variable formats, and disconnected locations of critical healthcare information make unified analysis a significant challenge. Insufficient and inflexible data integration prevents the resolution and fusion of patient identification and records. Device, clinical, pharmaceutical, claims, accounting, and scheduling data all need to be integrated as well. On the regulatory side, providers lack the tools to provide meaningful use compliance, reporting, and health information exchanges. Palantir Healthcare Delivery provides a solution.