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The partnership provides a complete cloud-based platform that can accelerate healthcare transformation to a data-driven future.
FREMONT, CA: Datica and Sansoro Health merged to offer the health industry a self-service cloud platform and integration of patient’s data from multiple sources. The company entity remains Datica, headquartered in Minneapolis.
Travis Good, previous Datica CEO and co-founder, will serve as Chief Technology Officer, while Jeremy E. Pierotti, previous CEO and co-founder of Sansoro Health, will assume the role of Chief Executive Officer. The merged companies’ works with large healthcare customers like, Johnson and Johnson, VigiLanz, Wolters Kluwer Health, and Vineti.
"As we listen to our customers and what they are trying to accomplish, we recognize they are moving to the cloud. There is an increasing need to incorporate patient data and to be able to grab that data, move the data securely, and store it securely into a cloud environment. But developers are encountering two primary challenges that come with using patient data in the cloud—data integration and compliance requirements," Pierotti told in a statement.
The collaboration tends to the increasing trend of the health IT industry. The combined company offers a better platform for data integration and overcome challenges, Pierotti mentioned.
"With our platform, previously cumbersome development processes become frictionless, resulting in enhanced, secure solutions at a lower cost and with greater speed to market," quoted Good.
Jean-Claude Saghbini, CTO of Wolters Kluwer Health, who has previously worked with both firms, said that the integrated platforms work well with their systems and is really satisfying.
The Board of Directors include, previous members from Sansara Health and Datica, Choi; Keith J. Figlioli, general partner at LRVHealth; Brian Hopcraft, managing director at Lewis and Clark Ventures; Omar Hussain, former CEO of Imprivata; and Micky Tripathi, CEO of the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative, as well as Good and Pierotti.