SpeedTrack Announces Latest Release of Their California Universal Patient Information Discovery (CUPID) Application for 2011 OSHPD Data

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SpeedTrack provides unprecedented information discovery, search and analysis of data from California’s Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD). SpeedTrack empowers users to view, explore and discover the information contained in large, complex data sets.

SpeedTrack Inc. announced the release of the latest version of CUPID, their healthcare discovery application for California’s Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) public data sets. This data includes Inpatient, Outpatient and ER information for discharges from 2008 through 2011 (over 64 million discharge records). What makes CUPID unique is SpeedTrack’s patented Guided Information Access (GIA) technology.

Here’s what customers are saying:
“by far the best available method to quickly discover answers to complex questions, with an ease of use and affordability that puts it clearly above any other analytical software” Martin Kleinbart, Chief Strategy Officer, Citrus Valley Health Partners. Recent customers include Scripps Health, the Hospital Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties (HASD&IC), and MemorialCare Health System.

About SpeedTrack, Inc.
Founded by UCSD Professor Emeritus Jerzy Lewak and entrepreneur Miles Yano, SpeedTrack is the leading innovator of next generation faceted navigation technologies, with four granted patents and five more pending. The Company’s Guided Information Access (GIA) platform is the next logical step in software, namely the focus on simply and efficiently integrating, searching and accessing information. SpeedTrack has used the GIA platform to build Business Intelligence, eDiscovery, Risk Management and Search applications for use by leading Law Enforcement, Financial Services, Insurance Agencies and Hospitals in the US and Canada. SpeedTrack is headquartered in Yorba Linda, California.

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