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emids Presents CoreLAKE Use Case at Educational Session during Nashville Analytics Summit

NASHVILLE, SEPT. 22, 2020 – emids, a leader in digital engineering and transformation solutions to the healthcare and life sciences industry, hosted a session “Mercurial Healthcare Data Engineering & Inline Analytics​” at The 2020 Nashville Analytics Summit.

Focused on the challenges healthcare organizations face to manage big data, presenters Nilesh Patil, chief data strategy officer at emids and Aman Bhasin, chief information officer at Canopy Health, examined how organizations can and should adopt a scalable data management platform with pre-built functionality to solve unmet data needs.

By highlighting Canopy’s adoption of emids’ CoreLAKE, a unified data management platform with out-of-the-box functionality, the session exemplified how healthcare organizations can make better decisions, increase engagement and prevent adverse business impacts.

“When it was time for Canopy Health to solve its data chaos issue, we didn’t want to go with the traditional route of building a data warehouse,” Bhasin said. “We wanted to build something that was easier to deploy, cost effective and ensured our stakeholders always have access to the right data at the right time. CoreLAKE helped us get there.”

Established in 2013 by Nashville Technology Council members, the Nashville Analytics Summit is one of the largest, locally grown technology events in the region. The Summit focuses on the fundamental issue organizations face today: effectively leveraging big data and analytics.

“The Nashville Analytics Summit was the ideal setting to educate those attending on the value of an enterprise data platform that transforms fragmented data into clear insights that drive better financial, operational, research and clinical outcomes,” Patil said.

Patil noted with the right data platforms, healthcare organizations will realize better success and yield higher ROI for their digital transformation efforts. Rationalization of data assets and adopting to standardized data architecture is a necessary step for success digital transformation.

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About emids

emids is a leading provider of digital transformation solutions to the healthcare industry, serving payers, providers, life sciences and technology firms. Headquartered in Nashville, emids helps bridge critical gaps in providing accessible, affordable, and high-quality healthcare by providing digital transformation services, custom application development, data engineering, business intelligence solutions, and specialized consulting services to all parts of the healthcare ecosystem. With over 2,200 professionals globally, emids leverages strong domain expertise in healthcare-specific platforms, regulations, and standards to provide tailored, cutting-edge solutions and services to its clients. For more information, visit www.emids.com. 

About Canopy Health

Canopy Health is a physician- and hospital-owned medical alliance that focuses on delivering a refreshing approach to healthcare and providing transparent, affordable care from a network of exceptional providers

Incorporated in March 2015 as an affiliation between UCSF Health and John Muir Health, Canopy Health aims to provide a top-quality continuum of care across the Bay Area through partnerships with primary care providers, top-tier academic medical facilities, community hospitals, and medical groups.

In addition to its founding members, Canopy Health currently includes five physician groups —John Muir Health Physician Network, Meritage Medical Network, Hill Physicians Medical Group Santa Clara County IPA (SCCIPA) and Dignity Health Medical Network – Santa Cruz. Canopy Health also includes 19 participating medical centers across nine Bay Area counties — including Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, and Sonoma.

Contact:

Libby Werner | 615-550-9908 | Libby.Werner@emids.com

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