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7/12/2022
Data Integration, Patient Experience, Value-based Care

Healthcare data integration drives the patient experience and health outcomes

Embright's approach to data integration is unique and effective


Randy Coughlan, MBA, Director of Population Health and Digital Strategy

Data penetrates our habits on a daily basis. From our smartphones to our smart homes and smartwatches, as individuals living in the technology boom, we expect data integration in our lives. But healthcare data integration lags behind. Why? Disparate data sources, messy data, different vendors/systems, different data standards, and ownership and sharing obstacles, to name a few. 

In order to improve healthcare and the patient experience, data integration is a key element. Without data integration, doctors and medical professionals are flying blind and unaware of opportunities to improve care delivery. 

In this webinar, you will learn: 

  • the process of building successful data integration 
  • how Embright approaches data integration and why it is unique 
  • what impact successful data integration has on the patient experience and health outcomes

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