Semantic Technology for Provider-Payer-Pharma Cross-Industry Data Collaboration
Building Intelligent Health Data Integration
The cost to cover the typical family of four under an employer health insurance plan is expected to top
$20,000 this year. The integration of health data (including electronic health records, health insurer records, pharma research and clinical data, and real-world evidence) will increase transparency and efficiency, improve individual and population health outcomes, and expand the ability to study and improve quality of care.
Traditional approaches to data integration and analytics depend on widely understood data and well-defined use cases for analyzing that data. The integration of pharma, provider, payer, and real-world data will identify new ways in which health data can be combined and analyzed to improve quality of care. Semantic technology can speed integration of health data, while supporting an evolutionary approach to developing and leveraging expertise.