Inspirata acquires GE company Caradigm

by John R. Fischer, Senior Reporter | June 18, 2018
Artificial Intelligence Health IT

Both Caradigm’s CIP and population health management solutions will be used to equip these abilities and ones that allow for data control and healthcare analytics to a range of players in healthcare, including large integrated delivery networks, accountable care organizations, clinically integrated networks, academic medical centers and community hospital networks.

“Inspirata’s focus in oncology brings an additional dimension to the Caradigm CIP platform at a time when healthcare organizations are highly focused on expanding their oncology service lines and revenue, optimizing cancer care and patient outcomes, while managing complexity and costs,” Heritage said. “CIP Visual Analytics also provides an analytics and business intelligence environment providing deep insights into healthcare data.”

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With the exception of Neal Singh, who stepped down as CEO and president of Caradigm, all employees and leadership teams have transitioned over to Inspirata.

Financial details were not disclosed.

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