NTT DATA announced the company’s existing relationship with Oracle is expanding to include end-to-end cloud capabilities for Oracle’s Healthcare Foundation, a unified healthcare analytics platform. The platform provides data integration and warehousing of clinical, financial, administrative and -omics modules in a cloud solution to customers worldwide. The healthcare cloud offering will provide organizations the ability to easily unify, grow or replace their existing healthcare data warehouse and data aggregation solutions.
“This collaboration with Oracle will help healthcare organizations implement a cloud-based solution that will improve outcomes and deliver tangible business results,” said Dan Allison, president, global healthcare and life sciences, NTT DATA. “In addition, our work with Oracle reinforces NTT DATA’s commitment to innovation, as we bring data together to provide analytics for multiple stakeholders in the healthcare enterprise.”
NTT DATA and Oracle will provide a comprehensive, end-to-end offering that includes consulting and implementation, as well as maintenance and IT services. The solution provides healthcare organizations with the flexibility to replace aging systems with an enterprise data warehouse or to maintain their existing investments with an on-site solution, which will be transferred to an enterprise data warehouse.
Combined with Oracle Healthcare Foundation, NTT DATA’s comprehensive portfolio of analytic capabilities for population health, regulatory requirements, quality measure and clinical research will enable organizations to enhance business agility.
“With the evolution of population health, precision medicine and value-based care, healthcare organizations are being driven to find new ways of aggregating and managing structured and unstructured data from a variety of systems. The expanded relationship between NTT DATA and Oracle Health Sciences will provide healthcare businesses with a data integration, warehousing and analytics solution, now available in the cloud,” said Steve Rosenberg, general manager, Oracle Health Sciences.
By extending the company’s partnership with NTT DATA, Oracle will be able to showcase the company’s leading application suite deeper into healthcare where the cost of capital investments is often a major inhibitor in the marketplace.