HIMSS22: Jvion brings AI to NTT Data’s platform; InterSystems debuts health cloud platform

ORLANDO, Fla. – Jvion, an artificial intelligence-enabled prescriptive analytics vendor, announced at HIMSS22 an agreement with NTT Data, a vendor of business IT technologies.

Jvion’s flagship clinical intelligence system, the Jvion CORE, will integrate into NTT Data’s Nucleus for Healthcare platform. The integration will enable users to more readily identify assess risks, evaluate modifiable patients adjust patients’ health trajectories toward improved outcomes, the companies said.

Efficient, personalized care

“As part of NTT Data’s streamlined ecosystem, Jvion will be able to empower even more healthcare professionals with the kinds of cutting-edge, clinical insights they need in order to deliver efficient, personalized care that puts the patient experience first,” said Curt Thornton, chief growth officer at Jvion.

Nucleus for Healthcare is an integrated digital health accelerator that streamlines clinical engagements unifies patient experience through personalized communication, consolidated clinical financial data, predictive analytics.

Jvion’s prescriptive intelligence solution, the Jvion CORE, combines clinical, socioeconomic, environmental behavioral data applies sophisticated algorithms to:

  • Identify unforeseen risk by finding hidden patient financial risks for everything from avoidable admissions to individual social vulnerabilities.
  • Assess modifiable patients by pinpointing the individuals whose risk trajectory can be altered.
  • Intervene by changing outcomes through evidence-based recommendations patient-specific interventions integrating them into existing workflows.

“Jvion’s prescriptive intelligence offering goes beyond simple risk stratification and, instead, ties risk to action, helping to create the actionable insights clients need to reduce costs, improve care change patient outcomes for the better,” said Lisa Esch, chief of strategy, innovation provider industry solutions at NTT Data Services.

NTT Data is at HIMSS22 in Booth MP9400.

Platform-as-a-service in the cloud

InterSystems, a data technology vendor that focuses on scalability, interoperability speed problems, has launched InterSystems HealthShare Health Connect Cloud, a new platform-as-a-service.

The platform-as-a-service is designed to streamline interoperability data integration between clinical systems applications while managing an entire infrastructure. With guaranteed delivery, reliability stability, Health Connect Cloud provides enhanced data automation management capabilities to help improve patient outcomes, the company said.

Health Connect Cloud enables healthcare organizations to take advantage of the inherent security benefits of the cloud while providing massive scalability high availability, while minimizing the time effort required to deploy operate the system, the company contended.

“Health Connect Cloud meets healthcare organizations at the intersection of the cloud data exchange, providing them with the integration engine required to automate the secure delivery of patient data across multiple disparate systems,” said Alex MacLeod, director of healthcare commercial initiatives at InterSystems.

“Health Connect has a proven track record of success in demanding data-intensive environments,” MacLeod continued. “Health Connect Cloud will empower organizations to accelerate data integration connectivity processes, reduce resource IT staff requirements, improve overall patient outcomes.”

InterSystems is at HIMSS22 in Booth 1859 Booth 8240-11.

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