Diameter Health to Unveil New FHIR Product Capabilities, Present with Health Current at HIMSS20

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Clinical Data Normalization and Enrichment Leader to Demonstrate its Support of the Interoperability Standard at the Largest Health IT Conference.

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Diameter Health, developer of the leading platform for clinical data normalization and enhancement, today announced it will demonstrate its new product capabilities with HL7’s Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) at the 2020 Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference and Exhibition in booth #7461. Additionally, Diameter Health President and Chief Strategy Officer John D’Amore will present a conference session on state and national clinical data quality and usability initiatives with Health Current, Arizona’s statewide health information exchange (HIE).

Diameter Health added FHIR support to its data normalization and enrichment engine in response to increasing demand from its payer and HIE customers. Now Diameter Health’s technology can ingest clinical data from any certified EHR and output FHIR-conformant data in addition to many other formats. As a result, Diameter Health customers can share FHIR data formats with payers, providers and patients even if the source data systems do not support FHIR.

“The FHIR standard represents great progress for healthcare in terms of accelerating the pace and scale of data exchange,” said Eric Rosow, CEO of Diameter Health. “FHIR will also increase the need for clean, semantically interoperable data. We’re excited to show our customers and partners how our technology’s new FHIR capabilities will help facilitate the exchange of high-quality, usable clinical information across stakeholders.”

While support of FHIR across the healthcare ecosystem is likely to increase the volume and flow of clinical data, the standard does nothing to enable semantic interoperability, or the exchange of data with meaning. Closing this gap requires solutions like Diameter Health that create clean clinical data and enable actionable clinical insight. Diameter Health will demonstrate its support of FHIR at HIMSS with a national payer organization at the Da Vinci Project (booth #7972), and D’Amore will present the new functionality in the Da Vinci Project main theater (booth #8060) on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 2:45 p.m. ET.

Additionally, D’Amore will co-present an educational session titled, “How to Tame Your "Data Dragon": A Statewide Approach,” with Keith Parker, chief information officer at Health Current, a Diameter Health customer. D’Amore and Parker will discuss challenges associated with the variability in source data quality, and how Health Current spearheaded a multi-stakeholder approach to enable the flow of more complete, interoperable patient information. The session will take place on Wednesday, March 11 at 10:00 a.m. ET in Orlando - Orange County Convention Center, W308A.

Diameter Health will also exhibit at HIMSS20 and attendees will have the opportunity to see live demos of the company’s FHIR product updates and speak with company executives about clinical data exchange and interoperability. To learn more about Diameter Health, stop by booth #7461 at HIMSS20 from March 9 to 13 in Orlando. Media interested in scheduling a meeting with one of Diameter Health’s executives can contact Lindsey Honig at lhonig@ariamarketing.com.

About Diameter Health
Diameter Health enables organizations to better leverage clinical data through the normalization, cleansing, deduplication and enrichment of data from EHRs and other clinical data source systems. By creating a single, unified source of longitudinal structured patient information, Diameter Health helps organizations that depend on multi-source data streams (such as health plans, Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), and health systems) with quality reporting, risk adjustment, care coordination and population health initiatives. Diameter Health is the first organization to earn both eMeasure Certification from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and Health IT Certification from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) . For more information, visit the website http://www.diameterhealth.com or email us at info@diameterhealth.com.

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