TIBCO and Change Healthcare Partner to Accelerate Healthcare Transformation

change healthcare TIBCO and Change Healthcare Partner to Accelerate Healthcare Transformation

TIBCO and Change Healthcare, one of the largest independent healthcare technology companies in the United States, have announced a partnership aimed at helping providers, payers, and pharmacies better use their health IT data to improve efficiency and effectively manage complex workflows. By integrating the TIBCO Connected Intelligence portfolio with Change Healthcare’s broad portfolio of software and analytics, network solutions, and technology-enabled services, the companies will innovate new solutions for translating data into actionable insights based on business needs.

“We’re excited to be working with Change Healthcare to help improve processes around healthcare and positively impact peoples’ lives by innovating new technology solutions,” said Thomas Been, chief marketing officer, TIBCO. “We see this as an opportunity to work together to create solutions based on the TIBCO Connected Intelligence portfolio, while improving the customer experience for users of these technologies. This is only the beginning, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

Change Healthcare already incorporates TIBCO’s business intelligence tool within its Analytics Explorer solution, which uses health data visualization to enable users to drill up, down, and across data—free of the dimensional constraints and IT dependence that traditional approaches require. Healthcare organizations can more quickly turn data into insights, and insights into actions that lead to better outcomes.

“Through our partnership with TIBCO, we can innovate new capabilities that turn data into meaningful information for decision-making,” said Alex Choy, chief information officer and executive vice president, Research & Development, Change Healthcare. “We’re excited about the opportunities to leverage our respective strengths in data, analytics, and network connectivity to help organizations navigate the complex transition to a value-based healthcare system.”

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