InterSystems Corp, a US-based software company that offers advanced technologies for data management, integration and analytics, will continue to combine the world”s leading information platform solutions with the demands of the Chinese market to help accelerate the digital transformation in China’s healthcare industry.
“As a creative data technology provider, InterSystems has long recognized China as one of our most important strategic markets and continue to research the real needs of the Chinese market,” said Luciano Brustia, regional managing director of Asia-Pacific at InterSystems.
The company launched interoperability kits aimed at facilitating the hospital connectivity certification this year, which combines high performance and stability, supporting hundreds of large public hospitals to operate stably with massive data.
Brustia said the government recently established interoperability certification requirements for hospitals to enable standardized data sharing across hospitals in China. “We are proud of more than 100 hospitals that we’ve helped to achieve the certification, laying the foundation for more effective, coordinated care delivery.”
“Post-epidemic era has left us awash in data and information which have increased exponentially. New study reveals 20 percent of healthcare organization executives fully trust their data,” said Brustia.
He added that despite the progress made in healthcare IT over the past decade, hospitals and health systems continue to struggle with the collection, normalization, analysis and application of data to make timely clinical and business decisions.
According to him, data integration and interoperability are still the biggest challenges to achieving strategic data analysis priorities for next step.
Established in 1978, InterSystems provides innovative data solutions for organizations with critical information needs in the healthcare, finance, and logistics sectors and beyond. Its cloud-first data platforms solve interoperability, speed, and scalability problems for organizations around the globe.
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