The Health Collaborative has announced a major development in its continuing commitment to state-of-the-art health data delivery and analysis. It has entered into an agreement with technology vendor, Verinovum, to supply health information exchange and reporting technology to improve and expand the services it offers.
Verinovum software will power The Health Collaborative’s traditional Health Information Exchange (HIE) functions. For customers of The Health Collaborative and their patients, this will translate to more robust exchange of data, alignment with national Health IT protocols and new ways of examining data to address some of healthcare’s toughest challenges.

“As payment reform continues to evolve and expand, the Verinovum solution will provide flexibility to analyze and deliver clear, concise and accurate metrics on the healthcare data ecosystem,” says Craig Brammer, CEO of The Health Collaborative. “We are uniquely positioned to deliver these services as a neutral nonprofit entity with an established reputation of trust for managing the availability, usability, integrity, and security of health data exchanged throughout our region and beyond. We are poised to revolutionize novel uses of data – to inform better care, smarter spending and ultimately, healthier living.”

“We couldn’t be more excited to work with The Health Collaborative – one of the premier health improvement organizations in the country,” says Mike Noshay, Verinovum’s Chief Business Development Officer. “This is the beginning of a longstanding partnership that will bring health information exchange and population health analytics to the next frontier.”