The Boston-based company launched in September 2009, backed by $30 million in capital from four investment firms. Its first product, Humedica MinedShare, is designed to pull aggregate data across an enterprise to analyze clinical and operational performance, identify and compare best practices, and benchmark performance.
The new Humedica MinedStream application identifies high-risk, high-cost patients and tracks their care in real-time via a dashboard, according to the vendor. Irving, Texas-based Christus Health System is an early adopter of both products and has used MinedStream to identify and track acute myocardial infarction patients using Humedica's predictive analytics.
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Joseph Goedert is news editor at Health Data Management.