Gerald Cohen: Information Builders Aims to Help Healthcare Providers Meet Business Demands

Information buildersInformation Builders has worked to help its healthcare customers access and process large amounts of data from disparate sources through business intelligence and analytics platforms.

Clients use WebFOCUS, DataMigrator and iWay platform offerings to deliver patient care, manage population health, manage finances and address compliance risks, Information Builders said Monday.

Gerald Cohen, president and CEO of Information Builders, said the company intends to equip clients with technologies that are required to consolidate business processes and fulfill demands.

Quinte Health Care, a healthcare provider in Canada, has been implementing Information Builders’ WebFOCUS and DataMigrator tools to analyze and integrate data sets.

Memorial Health System, a non-profit community-based provider of patient care, education, and research, has been using the WebFOCUS and Omni-Patient platforms to centralize data access, analysis and reporting.

Casenet LCC, which makes software products for healthcare payers, has built systems for developing care management interfaces and connecting clinical systems through Information Builders’ iWay integration product.

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