Clearsense Selects Splice Machine to Power Its Healthcare Data Ecosystem
SAN FRANCISCO, July 12, 2017 -- Splice Machine has announced that it has been chosen by Clearsense, a smart data solution for healthcare organizations, to power its healthcare data analytics platform, Inception. Splice Machine's ability to process mixed transactional and analytical workloads, and support full ANSI SQL and traditional relational database functionality on a elastic scale-out cloud gives Clearsense customers a familiar platform, reducing the complexity of building applications and performing analytics.
"The integration of Splice Machine into the architecture of Inception allows us to provide both a seamless onboarding process and more valuable experience for our customers," said Charles Boicey, Chief Innovation Officer at Clearsense. "We can get customers up and running faster, and empower them to quickly realize value from their healthcare data. Splice Machine's SQL-compliant RDBMS and intuitive authoring tools will allow our customers to use the skills and tools they already know to unlock new insights with minimal effort and no outside resources."
Splice Machine's hybrid RDBMS connects the numerous data sources available to healthcare organizations into both their data repositories and analytics tools, which can range from traditional Excel and Tableau BI tools to real-time streaming analysis applications like Spark Streaming and Kafka, as well as machine learning and artificial intelligence tools like Spark MLib and TensorFlow.
"We're excited to work with Clearsense to help them leverage data analytics to optimize outcomes and streamline operations for some of the top healthcare organizations in the country," stated Krishnan Parasuraman, Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Splice Machine. "Clearsense and Splice Machine share a similar vision for the future of healthcare, and believe that leveraging real-time data analytics will be the key to a healthier population."
The partnership will kick off with the onboarding of Clearsense client, Meharry Medical College and its Data Science Center (DSC). The DSC combines over 25 data sources from within Meharry's Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Graduate Studies and Research, as well as clinical data from outpatient faculty practices of Meharry and Nashville General Hospital. The DSC also brings together data from other biorepositories and genomic data so that Meharry staff and faculty can apply analytics and machine learning to critical issues, such as health inequity in the region it serves.
"A data ecosystem built with Splice Machine and Clearsense's Inception will open an entirely new set of capabilities for our research, clinical operations and teaching departments," said Amy M. Andrade, MS, Senior Advisor to the President on Technology and Innovation and Assistant Vice President for Research at Meharry Medical College. "The ability to better process the vast amount of data we collect will help the College improve its curricula by integrating Big Data within various medical disciplines and better applying analytic techniques to the problem of health inequity."
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About Splice Machine
Splice Machine is disrupting the traditional database world with a hybrid data platform that unifies streaming, analytics and transactions in a single relational database system, removing latency, cost and complexity from supporting modern big data applications in industries such as Financial Services, Digital Marketing, Healthcare, E-Commerce and IoT. Companies leverage Splice Machine's ANSI SQL support to accelerate offloading operational and analytical workloads from costly Oracle, Teradata, and Netezza systems.
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Clearsense is a smart data organization based in Jacksonville, Florida, that is re-imagining and simplifying data analytics to help healthcare organizations realize measurable value from their data. Its world-class team combines extensive data science expertise with clinical and operational heritage to deliver a solution that is cutting edge in design, but fully understanding of the unique needs of healthcare in its application.
About Meharry Medical College's Data Science Center (DCS)
The Data Science Center (DSC) collaborates with the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry and Graduate Studies and Research to develop a curricular "thread" that uses inter-professional education and small group learning. This thread provides an introduction to the concepts of "big data" science, precision medicine and population health management. The DSC draws from more than 25 sources within the schools, bringing together data into a structured and unstructured data ecosystem to allow aggregation, integration and analysis particularly in support of clinical operations and public health. Analyzing clinical data from outpatient services which are delivered to underserved populations in the greater Nashvillearea provides insights toward achieving health equity.
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