Global interoperability and connected health solutions provider, InterSystems, has announced a partnership with Validic, a leading technology platform for accessing digital health data. The partnership aims to integrate user-generated data from clinical, home, wearable and mobile health devices and apps into the InterSystems HealthShare suite of products.

The collaboration will allow healthcare providers to gain access to digital health data and analyse the information for more accountable care delivery. Currently, Validic integrates to over 175 clinical devices and applications.

“Validic will provide our HealthShare suite of products with greater access to patient data that can be used to provide actionable insights for better patient outcomes. Their solution is client-focused, easy to work with and efficient,” said HealthShare Platforms Vice President, Joe DeSantis.

The HealthShare products are designed to capture and share population health data across multiple systems to power remote monitoring, patient engagement and connected care delivery.

Validic’s software will enable HealthShare to incorporate data generated outside of the caregiver setting back into the patient’s clinical record. Integrating data from mHealth and clinical in-home devices will provide caregivers with greater insight into patient activities outside of the hospital.

On the new partnership, Validic CEO and Co-founder, Ryan Beckland, said: “Connecting the Validic digital health platform to HealthShare will help achieve more informed clinician decision-making and more efficient care coordination, while driving better patient outcomes. We are excited to work together to help drive healthcare interoperability and connected health on a global scale.”

Recently, Validic formed a partnership with eHealth giant, Cerner, in an initiative that allows patients to store their clinical, fitness and wellness data in Cerner’s patient portal.

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