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Axolotl Launches Reporting/Analytics Solution for HIEs

September 27, 2010
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San Jose, Calif Axolotl Corp., a health information exchange (HIE) services and solutions provider, today introduced Elysium Discover, the industry’s first comprehensive suite of reporting and analytic tools designed specifically for Health Information Exchanges.

Elysium Discover provides a robust and versatile platform that is integrated with an HIE to deliver reporting, analytics, and dashboard capabilities. With Elysium Discover an HIE can collect, analyze, and report HIE effectiveness such as system utilization and performance, generate patient registries, and perform clinical quality and public health reporting. Reports generated by Elysium Discover satisfy the auditing, clinical quality, and Meaningful Use requirements of ARRA and other government programs using the rich data flowing through the HIE.

Elysium Discover includes a wide range of data marts, pre-built reports, OLAP cubes and purpose-built dashboards to satisfy the reporting and analytics needs in a variety of different areas such as HIE administration, clinical quality, and public health. The solution is secured by multi-level controls to ensure that authenticated users only see the data they are authorized to see. It also provides an open platform for custom reporting and analytics development while enforcing security controls.


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