Independent Report Ranks InterSystems Top-of-Class for Health Data Infrastructure
Chilmark Research Rates InterSystems as 1st in Product Capabilities and Market Execution
Great work earns good grades, and an independent analyst firm recently gave InterSystems straight A’s for its healthcare data infrastructure services.
Chilmark Research’s unsolicited review of enterprise health data management and analytics resources from 14 different vendors placed InterSystems at the top because of our wide variety of integrative solutions and vast healthcare experience.
The report comes at a time when the health data market is still adjusting to a stream of new data-sharing requirements brought on by the 21st Century Cures Act. Amid this change, analysts expect the healthcare integration infrastructure market to experience a 14% compound annual growth rate over the next five years, with an emphasis on managing and unlocking value from provider data.
But how can healthcare organizations choose the right vendor to excel in a field that’s simultaneously booming and in flux?
InterSystems received an “A” for product categories and an “A-” for market execution, making us the only competitor to earn the top score under each column.
Analyzing InterSystems HealthShare and IRIS for Health, Chilmark hailed our broad portfolio of vendor-agnostic, developer-focused capabilities. They noted the strong presence of InterSystems in the health information exchange (HIE) market and our HealthShare CMS Solution Pack, which helps payers and providers attain compliant integration.
InterSystems also received high marks for our lasting commitment to meeting and exceeding HL7 FHIR® standards, a cornerstone of healthcare interoperability. The report praised InterSystems for our role as “an early supporter and active participant in the development” of those standards — who remains committed to forging partnerships that contribute to the growth and evolution of FHIR.
Finally, our long history in healthcare and consistently strong focus on supporting developers and integrators bolstered the ratings. But this belief in collaboration for the benefit of healthcare organizations, patients, and developers is no surprise. After all, what good is health data if it isn’t accessible when and where you need it?
This story originally appeared the HealthShare Connections News Flash No.7 – October 26, 2021