Delivering effective population health management
Spine transforms the evolving complexities of healthcare delivery systems into a sustainable unified collective intelligence.
Spine aggregates, stores and analyses disparate data across the enterprise, providing insightful, real time information to all stakeholders while enabling care team coordination, improved patient outcomes and lower overall cost of care.
A real-time knowledge base for real-time challenges
Making the organisation-wide shift to evidence-based practice requires an evolving, sustainable, compliant and automatically updated knowledge base that staff and practitioners can access quickly and easily.
The benefits of Spine Health Intelligence for your organisation
Empower clinicians and communities
Spine creates truly collaborative care with real-time clinical support at the bedside. Clinicians and staff can draw on evidence, research, ideas and arguments from peers for informed decisions.
The ability to aggregate structured health data for rapid and thorough analysis while maintaining patient privacy can help protect and improve the health of entire populations. Spine can reveal health and behavior patterns to deliver a big picture view of the patient population to inform decision-making about the care needs of every individual.
Spine Ecosystem Blueprint
Spine Health Intelligence
Powering the exchange of healthcare information and analytics.
Health information exchange
Capture clinic data from any source
Give data new life with sophisticated visualisation and analytics tools
Cost effective deployment
Powers population health and research
Spine delivers the power of predictive analytics for forward planning to make improvements in workflow efficiencies and to contain costs. Healthcare providers can become more responsive by using Spine to forecast demand for new services and products in the ever-changing care environment. Spine can aggregate and analyse relevant data to ensure an organisation stays abreast of rapid economic, market and technological changes and is responsive to emerging-care models.
Improving I.T. cost-effectiveness
Spine enables interoperability among historically separate and disparate systems through both data standardisation and service-based integration. It helps reduce costs through the elimination of duplicate systems.