The Arizona based firm’s big data platform is built on a modern and open technology that provides cognitive support to clinicians. Through the Amadeus platform, Orion Health delivers precision medicine by aggregating, storing, and making sense of all forms of data in order to transform healthcare. Also, Amadeus is designed to be future-proof with regards to other evolving models in healthcare and the company’s extensive data integration experience caters to the scalability and performance of Amadeus.
In the light of unprecedented change, the healthcare industry is rapidly evolving from volume to Value- Based Care (VBC), propelled by the widespread efforts to bring a change in the care delivery process. Orion Health is providing a secure, vigilant, and resilient technology to healthcare providers in order to meet the evolving landscape of healthcare with critical system tools.
Our software now manages over 100 million patient health records globally
In an instance, Cal INDEX, a non-profit organization that addresses the major unmet medical needs of a statewide health data exchange, approached Orion Health to address their increasing difficulty in optimizing revenue, reducing costs, and improving the quality of patient care using only their internal data. By adopting Orion Health’s data platform, Cal INDEX was able to rapidly process large volumes and different types of data in a scalable system. The Orion Health solution deployed for Cal INDEX was an open platform, Orion Health Amadeus, built on modern, distributed technology that aggregates and manages all types of data.
The Amadeus precision medicine platform assists Health Information Exchange (HIEs) to achieve greater sustainability for the important services they provide by utilizing shared core services and standards. “Our software now manages over 100 million patient health records globally. This puts Orion Health in a powerful position as the health sector experiences major disruption through new technology and as patient records begin to move to the cloud,” concludes McCrae.