Ciox has announced the general availability of the clinical data platform Ciox HealthSource. HealthSource further positions Ciox as a neutral intermediary in the industry, bringing efficient and transparent exchange of clinical data to the health care ecosystem.
Designed from the ground up to solve the clinical data illiquidity challenge in U.S. health care, HealthSource uses the latest interoperability and artificial intelligence technologies as core platform services. This foundation enables HealthSource to both manage the flow of health information and give shape to structured and unstructured records.
Distributed, private health data exchange services, rooted in the security protocol HITRUST, enable efficient location and acquisition of health data nationwide.
Optical character recognition (OCR) services, with advanced handwriting recognition and natural language processing (NLP) services, bridge the last mile of paper to digital conversion and unstructured data.
Integrated, enterprise workflow engine services provide end-to-end management and traceability of clinical records, offering transparency throughout the health care ecosystem.
Machine learning (ML) throughout provides a continuous learning loop for improved accuracy and reduced manual intervention.
Along with the HealthSource platform, Ciox releases its first three core products to general availability: Clarity, Smart Chart and Vault. Ciox HealthSource Clarity provides transparency into the release of the information process within providers and health systems, giving visibility to who is requesting clinical data and securely delivering medical records to authorized requestors.
Ciox HealthSource Smart Chart and Vault are designed for health plans, self-funded employers, life sciences companies and government agencies, which require broad access to clinical data across multiple departments and users. Smart Chart utilizes the latest in artificial intelligence and NLP technologies to identify and extract heath data from disparate medical records and supplemental data feeds to aggregate a patient’s medical history into a longitudinal digital profile, while Vault creates a unified patient and provider centric data repository. Together, these products drive more powerful financial and clinical outcome-based models.