Clearsense provides timely, transparent, and traceable data ingestion, transformation, and curation services through platform technology that allows you to deliver on promises to your business teams who demand data accuracy.

Start With Your Data

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Imagine bridging beyond the limitations of your current data environment. Today, the business case to expand your organization’s knowledge falls apart due to cost limitations imposed by your infrastructure when assessing the intake of current, new, and emerging data sources. The manual effort to interface this data into your environment further impacts costs. Until now…

Clearsense removes the manual effort.

Breaking Down Data Silos

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The data in healthcare systems is siloed. When you factor in the number of systems, the inability to link data is proving to be a substantial limitation. Clearsense has a solution – a flexible, HIPAA compliant, secure, and scalable platform that can ingest all data types at an unprecedented rate of speed with data lineage and crosswalk capabilities. What sets the Clearsense platform apart from others? With Clearsense, you get real-time insights into your data.

The Clearsense Cloud

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The ability to ingest data from any source will drive better outcomes and cost savings. Clearsense accepts all data, structured and unstructured, streaming, real-time, and batch, in its native state, avoiding the pitfalls of burdensome, fixed data models. These include traditional sources of data such as the Electronic Health Record, Revenue Cycle Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, legacy and ancillary systems, and new and emerging insightful data sources impacting population health visibility and network management — geographic information systems (GIS), wearables, and social determinants of health.

The Clearsense Cloud

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The ability to ingest data from any source will drive better outcomes and cost savings. Clearsense accepts all data, structured and unstructured, streaming, real-time, and batch, in its native state, avoiding the pitfalls of burdensome, fixed data models. These include traditional sources of data such as the Electronic Health Record, Revenue Cycle Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, legacy and ancillary systems, and new and emerging insightful data sources impacting population health visibility and network management — geographic information systems (GIS), wearables, and social determinants of health.

Continue Your Journey

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Follow the Path of Data