Health Systems

Health systems rely on our market-leading clinical data management system that automatically gathers data from core clinical systems including electronic health records, automated dispensing systems, wholesale distribution, and time and attendance. Over ten years, we’ve worked with hundreds of hospitals and thousands of clinics to build lightweight yet robust processes that connect, enrich and normalize the data we gather from these sources.


Our pharmacy solutions sit atop a market-leading clinical data management system. This enables our partners in health system pharmacies to leverage a clean, well-structured clinical data set to recognize important patterns and to solve their most difficult problems. Learn more about our targeted solutions:

Diversion Surveillance

Identify and examine high-risk events where diversion may be occurring, and see a full picture of the clinicians involved in those events.

The software provides automation, advanced analytics, and machine learning to stay on top of diversion risks, assist in all workflow and documentation, including investigations.

Drug Shortages & Supply

Identify upcoming shortages 4-8 weeks prior to alerts from public sources, providing time to adjust inventory and care recommendations.

The software automates medication use evaluation and provides supporting data for formulary decisions leading to high-quality care and optimization of drug costs.

Clinical Informatics

Our software helps health systems continually improve care quality while increasing clinician satisfaction by thoroughly understanding workflows to reduce unnecessary variation and waste by eliminating ineffective and inefficient processes and steps. Learn more here:

Clinical Process Improvement

Access instant, highly actionable insights needed to improve care delivery.

Improve clinician engagementincrease quality and patient safety and reduce costs through appropriate utilization.

Use sophisticated advanced analytics to see what electronic health record (EHR) content is being used, by whom, and how it affects patient care.