Liaison Celebrates National Health IT Week October 5-9

Liaison's Data Platform as a Service (dPaaS) Approach to Integration and Data Management Enables Advanced Interoperability across the Health Care Ecosystem

Oct 05, 2015, 09:00 ET from Liaison Technologies

ATLANTA, Oct. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Liaison Technologies, an industry-recognized leader in cloud-based integration and data management offerings, is joining HIT organizations across the nation to celebrate the National Health IT (NHIT) Week, October 5-9. As health care systems and providers become increasingly reliant on health information technology (HIT), the ability to access and share data seamlessly across the service continuum is critical to improving patient care and provider efficiency.

"Liaison is committed to fostering the data-inspired future for the health care industry," said President and CEO Bob Renner. "By celebrating National Health IT Week, we aim to advance the conversation around the importance of data in improving the quality, affordability and access to efficient, effective care for patients."

Key among those developments, Liaison's cloud-based ALLOY Health™ Platform is the world's first Data Platform as a Service (dPaaS) technology, enabling health care systems and providers to integrate, manage, harmonize and share data within industry compliance parameters, allowing them to meet "Triple Aim" goals of delivering a better patient experience, improving population health and reducing the per-capita cost of health care.

"As health care transitions from a fee-based to a value-based reimbursement model, increasing the flow of information within the hospital and with the surrounding provider community is very important," said Anne Searle, CIO of Princeton HealthCare System. "Liaison recognizes the need to solve these complex interoperability problems across the health care spectrum, and we're glad to partner with them to recognize National Health IT Week."

Companies like Princeton HealthCare System and the Georgia Health Information Technology Extension Center (GA-HITEC) Health Information Exchange use Liaison's ALLOY Health to connect providers and share data across a single, cohesive and integrated data platform. ALLOY Health users can also tap into this rich collection of aggregated data to conduct system-wide performance analysis, uncover insights and identify trends and commonalities across patient populations. Health systems and their networks can then use this data to inform intervention strategies, design workflow improvements and make other information-based decisions.

For more information about NHIT Week, visit or use #NHITweek or #HealthITWeek2015 to follow the conversation on social media.

To learn more about Liaison's ALLOY Health Platform and its dPaaS approach to complex integration and data management for health care and life sciences, visit

About Liaison Technologies

Liaison Technologies provides integration and data management solutions to help customers unlock the power of a data-centric approach to their business. Liaison's cloud-based approach breaks down the barriers between data silos to tap into the valuable information needed to make better decisions, faster. Tailored to solve complex data problems today while building a robust foundation for tomorrow's unforeseen challenges, Liaison fosters a seamless flow of information securely and at scale. Founded in 2000, Liaison serves over 7,000 customers in 46 countries, with offices in the United States, The Netherlands, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit

About National Health Information Technology Week

Now in its 10th year, National Health IT Week is a collaborative forum assembling key health care constituents—vendors, provider organizations, payers, pharmaceutical/biotech companies, government agencies, industry/professional associations, research foundations and consumer protection groups— working together to elevate national attention to the necessity of advancing health IT. Log onto for more information.


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