Indiana HIE to deploy Diameter Health platform for data cleansing

The Indiana Health Information Exchange, formed in 2004 and serving 13 million-plus patients, is using the Diameter Health platform for a pilot project focused on clinical data normalization and standardization.

Diameter Health's Fusion platform standardizes, normalizes and enriches clinical documents from any certified EHRs while preventing duplicates. The platform offers clinical data elements that are machine readable as well as natural language processing functionality. Diameter Health is National Committee for Quality Assurance certified to calculate electronic clinical quality measures for quality reporting.

"Our strategic plan relies on improving clinical data interoperability so that we can support population health analytics and integrate more closely with inter and intra-regional partners. Diameter Health's data cleansing will enable IHIE to substantially improve the quality of clinical data that we gather and distribute," said John Kansky, president and CEO of Indiana HIE.

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