Customers Already Benefiting from Healthcare Data Engine
Mayo Clinic has been working with Google Cloud to bring data in from disparate sources, harmonize it to FHIR format, and analyze it in BiqQuery. Automating this process means what used to take weeks can be done in an hour, enabling Mayo Clinic’s experts to now focus on solving critical problems in health rather than managing IT resources. Lessons learned from this work have informed Healthcare Data Engine.
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“We were hitting a wall with our ability to innovate on-prem. By moving to the cloud we’re able to build tools more easily, at scale, in a way that takes advantage of technological advancements in security and privacy to remain at the forefront in data protection,” said Jim Buntrock, Vice Chair of Information Technology at Mayo Clinic. “There are so many applications of this. For example, building a ‘heads up display’ for the ICU—where moments matter—to help care teams direct their attention when and where it’s needed most. From creating better ways to care for patients remotely even after they leave the hospital to making it easier for patients to interact with us via mobile app, we’re working alongside Google Cloud to build a platform for healthcare transformation.”
Healthcare Data Engine is being used today by healthcare organizations such as Indiana University Health.
Availability and Partners
Healthcare Data Engine is now available in private preview. Implementation partners Deloitte, Maven Wave, Quantiphi, and SADA are ready to help healthcare and life science organizations deploy Healthcare Data Engine at scale. In addition, ISV partners such as Mathematica and others are deploying novel applications integrated with Healthcare Data Engine.
“With the accelerating transition to value-based care, providers and health plans need timely, actionable information about patients' gaps in care, particularly in patients with chronic diseases where information often resides across different facilities and is hard to follow over time,” said Matt Gillingham, Vice President and CTO of Mathematica Health Practice. “Enabling a longitudinal patient record across the health system network in near real-time allows gaps in care to be identified and addressed, improving patient experiences and outcomes.”
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