success stories

Rather than spending time crunching numbers or trying to figure out what all of the data means, Omni-HealthData helps our customers spend more time analyzing relevant information that directly affects their practices. Our customers have used our products solve a range of issues, from improving quality and patient safety standards to more effectively managing the practice.


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St. Luke's University Health Network

A non-profit, regional, fully integrated, and nationally recognized network, St. Luke's University Health Network (SLUHN) provides services at seven hospitals and more than 270 outpatient sites...Read More


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FirstCare Health Plans

FirstCare Health Plans, a provider of high-quality, affordable healthcare plans across North, West, and Central Texas, used Information Builders’ WebFOCUS business intelligence (BI) and analytics platform to streamline healthcare reporting... Read More


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Grand River Hospital

Grand River Hospital is a 615-bed community hospital serving 500,000 residents in the Waterloo Region of Ontario, Canada. Outdated data management technology hampered efforts to provide high-quality, cost-effective patient care... Read More


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Halifax Health

Halifax Health, the largest hospital in Daytona Beach, FL, recently invested in the Meditech Data Repository (DR) to improve financial, regulatory, clinical, and productivity reporting... Read More


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Louisiana Department of Health

To deliver more cohesive services, the Louisiana Department of Health (DoH) leveraged master data management (MDM) and other technologies to unite people, processes, systems, and agencies... Read More


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Queensway Carleton Hospital

Queensway Carleton Hospital (QCH) is an urban community hospital serving 400,000 Ontario residents. QCH is under increased financial pressure due to Canada’s performance-based funding system, which rewards physicians, hospitals, and medical groups... Read More