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Recombinant, Partners Unite to Develop Data Warehousing Tool

July 3, 2008
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Waltham, Mass.-based Recombinant Data Corp. is launching a suite of products developed in collaboration with Partners HealthCare (Boston) to help healthcare providers make secondary use of clinical data from EHRs to achieve quality outcomes.

The data warehouse and reporting suite will offer providers an incremental approach to realizing immediate value from data while working toward a long-range enterprise vision, says the company.

The solution was originally developed to address the enterprise reporting challenges at Partners, says Recombinant. The suite includes the Recombinant Data Trust, which integrates data from multiple sources to generate an analytical health repository, and Recombinant Report Central, a clinical application that produces dashboards that the company says can help healthcare providers boost quality metrics and deliver quality patient care.



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