SpeedTrack Announces Agreement with Tri-City Medical Center of Oceanside, CA

Innovative tech firm partners with data-driven providers to expand and develop new information discovery applications for healthcare.

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SpeedTrack provides a comprehensive view of data combined with an easy to use interface that promotes exploration and information discovery at a fraction of the time and cost of other software solutions.

Yorba Linda, CA (PRWEB) February 15, 2013

SpeedTrack Inc. announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Tri-City Medical Center to license the public and non-public versions of its California Universal Patient Information Discovery (CUPID) application for hospital discharges. In addition, Tri-City and SpeedTrack are actively engaged in development of the next generation of data integration and information access solutions for health care providers.

Casey Fatch, Tri-City Medical Center’s COO, says: “Health care is behind other industries in the adoption of decision support technology. SpeedTrack provides a comprehensive view of data combined with an easy to use interface that promotes exploration and information discovery at a fraction of the time and cost of other software solutions. Tri-City Medical Center and SpeedTrack have forged a partnership that brings the need for data driven decisions together with cutting edge technology to provide cost effective delivery of care with improved patient outcomes.”

“Truly innovative technologies that change how people view and use information are extremely rare” said SpeedTrack’s CEO Miles Yano. “Our patented solutions for intuitively exploring Big Data to discover and share relevant information are examples of such innovation. We are extremely excited to be chosen by Tri-City Medical Center as their technology partner.”

CUPID provides on-line access via an easy-to-use dashboard to a wide range of healthcare information, including all of California’s discharges from the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) for the most recent 4 years, (Inpatient, Outpatient and ER encounters) comprising more than 64 million records. Also included is CMS ALOS data and the AMA descriptions for every ICD-9 and CPT code. CUPID enables users to search, analyze, map and download information quickly and easily with virtually no training. It is quickly becoming the critical strategic planning tool for healthcare providers throughout California.

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 five granted patents and several 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 which are in 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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