August 9-13, 2021 – Las Vegas, NV
Out of an abundance of caution, we’ve scaled back our presence at HIMSS21. But we’re here for you — virtually — to share more information about how Healthy Data can benefit your organization.
New Healthcare Solutions & Services
InterSystems is continually expanding our solutions for providers, payers, developers, and researchers. We encourage you to learn about our newest offerings:
- Enhance the value of your Amazon HealthLake investment with HealthShare Message Transformation Service.
- InterSystems HealthShare Analytics Solution can optimize your analytics infrastructure and help you create a smart healthcare data fabric.
- InterSystems HealthShare Managed Connections provides simple and efficient connections to data for collaborative care, provider network management, and clinical research.
In the U.S., InterSystems technology connects:
- 26% of the hospitals hosting 58% of the total beds
- 2,300 EHR instances and over 8,300 other clinical information systems
- 113 million patient records through regional information networks
The largest Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs) and Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) in the United States rely on InterSystems technology to manage the storage, processing, and sharing of their clinical data. Our technology is deployed in all the top 10 best hospitals in the United States (U.S. News & World Report).
Globally, more than 1 billion patient records are managed by InterSystems.
Hear From Our Customers
Growth Plans for California's Health Information Network
California’s health information network connects the health data of more than 19 million people. Learn about the growth plans for Manifest MedEx, how it makes data available for startups, and its reliance upon InterSystems technology.
Welcome to My Digital Front Door
With the advent of the 21st Century Cures act, COVID-19 and the proliferation of digital data, the ability for patients to have digital access to resources and care at healthcare organizations has moved to the top of CIO’s lists of priorities. Providing seamless access to all the digital assets of an organization has changed the architecture and deployment of IT systems.
Forward leaning organizations are creating their Digital Front Door strategy to provide an easy way to engage patients and members. Defined by a leading industry analyst it “Engages consumers at the earliest stages of their health journeys, and acts as the primary conduit to connect consumers with healthcare products, services and information that help them achieve their health goals.” Come hear how a leading HC organization is creating its digital front door strategy to engage patients and members, connect partners, while meeting regulatory requirements.
An IDC excerpt
Michael Marchant, Director – System Integration & Health Information Exchange, U.C. Davis
Mutaz Shegewi (virtual), Research Director, Worldwide Provider IT Transformation Strategies, IDC Health Insights
Lynda Rowe, Senior Advisor, Value-based Markets, InterSystems Corporation