The partnership enables Innovaccer to use healthcare's most-advanced Natural Language Processing Operating System, NLP OSTM, and getting clinical data, extracting valuable details about patient health journeys.
FREMONT, CA: Innovaccer, a healthcare technology company, declared its partnership with SyTrue, a leading provider of clinical data extraction, to generate effective, actionable insights from healthcare data.
The partnership enables Innovaccer to use healthcare's most-advanced Natural Language Processing Operating System, NLP OSTM, and getting clinical data, extracting valuable information about patient health journeys.
The integration of SyTrue's proprietary NLP OS with Innovaccer's FHIR-enabled Data Activation Platform is expected to empower healthcare organizations to identify diagnosis codes as well as Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCC) from patient care progress notes and other unstructured texts. With the capability of gaining insights from the unstructured datasets, providers can enhance the accuracy of patient risk scores.
"Creating a longitudinal record is paramount to enabling an intelligent journey throughout our complex healthcare system. Too often, crucial patient data is not included as part of the complete medical record because it is locked in faxes, portable document formats (PDFs) and other unstructured documentation. To unlock the insights contained within these files is expensive and time-consuming," stated Kyle Silvestro, CEO at SyTrue. "Our partnership with Innovaccer will reduce the time and cost to create intelligent and comprehensive insights which will significantly enhance the patient journey."
"Generating insights from valuable data that remains hidden in unstructured data has always been a challenging task. These details provide great insights into the patient's care journey, but most of the time, they go unnoticed," stated Abhinav Shashank, CEO at Innovaccer. "With our partnership with SyTrue, we are expanding our capability to make the best use of this crucial data and help healthcare organizations to care as one."