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Clearsense, whose platform applications are focused on helping healthcare clients with data governance and analytics, this week announced its partnership and licensing deal with UPMC Enterprises.

Working with the venture capital and innovation arm of the Pittsburgh health system, Clearsense will integrate Alexandria Charts, UPMC Enterprises’ unstructured data platform, into its own end-to-end platform, which is deployed at more than 400 hospitals nationwide.

Alexandria Charts offers tools designed to help simplify the process of gaining access to patient data captured in unstructured clinical notes, and helping providers use that data for analytics and machine learning models.

The platform has plug-and-play natural language processing engine support and enables clients to more easily aggregate, normalize and transform unstructured data.

By partnering with UPMC Enterprises, kamagra nacin uzimanja Clearsense will collaborate with its engineers and clinicians to integrate Alexandria Charts with Clearsense’s Next Generation Data Management and Delivery Platform.

The technology will help its hospital and health system clients enhance and expand the use of patient data for quality improvement and cost-efficiencies, according to Clearsense.

The company notes that 50% to 80% of patient data exists as unstructured clinical notes.

Artificial intelligence applications can help providers make better use of this data for actionable clinical and operational insights.

In the past, we’ve shown how health systems such St. Joseph Health have worked with Clearsense for real-time analytics capabilities.

Among UMPC Enterprises’ other commercial ventures is Astrata, launched in 2021, which uses advanced analytics and natural language processing to help health insurers to more efficiently analyze unstructured clinical notes.

“Understanding unstructured data is an essential part of interpreting and analyzing patient information,” said Clearsense CEO Gene Scheurer in a statement. “The UPMC-created platform seamlessly integrates with the Clearsense platform and collection tools, enabling healthcare partners to dive deeper into the data they need to make smarter clinical, operational, and financial decisions.”

“Based on years of development by our highly skilled team – and created to meet the demands of our health system and portfolio companies – Alexandria Charts is an important part of our vision to provide high-quality data to health care organizations,” added Brenton Burns, executive vice president of UPMC Enterprises.

“By partnering with Clearsense, we can now continue to bring this innovative technology to more companies and health systems to make the best decisions for the patients they serve.”

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