Revolutionize healthcare data and analytics.
Better information and insights for patient-first care
Healthcare is an ever-evolving field that requires professionals to rely on complex data to inform high-stakes decision-making. ibi makes it easier to leverage advanced data technologies to do this important work, with predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning combining to create a powerful healthcare analytics platform. We prepare organizations for rapid transformation on multiple fronts, from value-based care modeling to enhancing the digital patient experience. Because trust in data is paramount, we’ll work with you to build holistic and accurate information that drives action where it matters most.
How we help
Improved patient outcomes
Build a robust, human-centered platform with consolidated information and a comprehensive view of each patient to enable better decision-making at the point of care while improving patient safety and satisfaction.
Holistic analysis of data
Integrate disparate data sources from hospitals, physician practices, labs, insurers, and other stakeholders across the health ecosystem so you can efficiently analyze a wide range of variables at scale, from population health trends to administrative and financial operations data.
Work with all partners across the value chain – providers, healthcare networks, insurance companies, public health, and vendors – with real-time interoperability and content distribution for improved efficiencies and cost savings.
We manage and deliver value across the entire healthcare data value chain – onboarding, organizing, and operationalizing data on a single unified platform.
Leverage turnkey applications that illuminate essential healthcare metrics – so you can act on insights and share across across your entire organization.
Omni-HealthData Cloud Essentials
A fully managed cloud solution – with a single, trustworthy, and longitudinal view of patient information, enabling providers to deliver better quality care.
St. Luke's University Health Network
St. Luke’s positions itself as the high-quality, low-cost provider in its region, but sprawling legacy information systems have made it difficult to deliver on that promise. Organization leaders determined that analytics – powered by up-to-date, accurate, and consistent data – would be critical to maintaining excellence system-wide, from quality care and patient satisfaction to financial stability and resource allocation. A data-driven view of the area’s population health needs could also help to increase market share through acquisitions, expansion, and marketing.
ibi enabled us to quickly build and deploy an environment that leverages data to boost performance, capture revenue, reduce costs, and compete more effectively with other regional health networks.”
Program Manager, Analytics and Data Warehouse
St. Luke’s University Health Network
On a mission for better healthcare
The Omni-HealthData platform enables organizations to effectively manage and use information while providing insights that enhance the patient experience, improve population health, and comply with evolving regulatory requirements.
Quinte Health Care
When the administrators at Quinte Health Care, a four-hospital system in Southern Ontario, worked through the provincial government’s new reimbursement formula, they were faced with a daunting mandate: to reduce their previously $160 million operating budget by $10 million. Figuring out how to manage that shortfall would be a trial by fire for Quinte’s new analytics system. “We had no time to go underground and build a complex data model where no one would see results for two years,” recalled Peter Papadakos, Quinte’s director of decision support & analytics. “We had a month to prove that something was happening.”
ibi supports initiatives and projects throughout the organization that help us save millions of dollars, even as we improve the overall quality of care.”
Director of Decision Support and Analytics
Quinte Health Care
By integrating analytics and building a data warehouse, cost, revenue, and treatment data could be overlaid with benchmark data from other hospitals in the province.