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Problem Tech Solves

Tech Brief

Central to successful digital health is clean, interoperable clinical data on each individual, and the amount of this clinical data available in digital form is increasing by the second. It’s been estimated that the volume of such data has increased 878% since 2016. However, in its raw state, clinical data is messy and costly to integrate. Coding variation within and across sources, due to a lack of adherence to standards and inconsistent documentation workflows, creates an overwhelming amount of complexity. Diameter Health data quality studies consistently show that 50% of raw digital clinical information is unusable for analytics and digital health tools because it is inconsistent, from disparate sources/redundant, and high volume (at least five billion digital clinical documents are exchanged yearly). As a result, laborious manual data cleansing and normalization are required, making the barriers to efficient data use and interoperability hard to overcome. Therefore, the EHR data that could be a tremendous asset for personalized clinical care, payer risk management, and other business value across the healthcare industry remains untapped. By upcycling data through its Fusion engine, Diameter Health solves this challenge to ensure standard, interoperable clinical data can be used as a strategic asset for decision making. When doctors, life insurance underwriters, medical reviewers, and care coordinators have this data – which offers them a full picture of a person’s health - they make better decisions. That’s why for organizations seeking to unleash the potential of clinical data and realize its greatest value, Diameter Health is a trusted partner.

Tech Differentiators

Diameter Health’s technology is more precise, powerful and scalable than any other solution in the marketplace today. The company is the only one ready and able to capture the full value of clinical data from EHRs to power new solutions, elevate efficiency, and make better, smarter care possible. What truly makes Diameter Health break through the market is its speed and ability to scale – a necessity given the complexity and sheer volume of clinical data. Fusion ingests, optimizes and upcycles billions of clinical data elements with precision and specificity from clinical input sources, including C-CDA, HL7v2, FHIRr4, Flat Files, etc., optimizing workflows and speed time to value. It’s able to handle data loads of over 1.8 million Continuity of Care Documents (CCD) and more than 20 million HL7v2 messages per day. It has proven uplift of 40-80% in clinical data quality and has an average clinical document processing time of 0.66 seconds and average processing speed of 495.5 KB/second.


To make large sets of multi-format clinical data usable, healthcare organizations often attempt to leverage teams of data analysts and in-house resources, yet this is costly, not scalable and only yields a modest return when it comes to data usability. As the volume of data continues to increase over time, and with each new data source requiring mapping, the work is never done. In a recent study leveraging Diameter Health’s Operational Cost Avoidance Model to quantify the time and cost to maintain the status quo, Diameter Health estimated it could cost a mid-sized health plan up to $75M for manual resources to perform data improvement functions. In collaboration with a large national health plan customer, Diameter Health used this model to show potential cost avoidance of up to $370M, as well as the ability to optimize clinical data 17,800x faster than manual resources. A cost-effective investment in Diameter Health technology ensures high-quality, interoperable, and actionable clinical data as an asset is available faster and more sustainably. Additionally, in a recent data quality analysis performed across 14 different electronic medical records, approximately 49% of data across eight major clinical domains (including medications, lab results, problems and procedures) was validated and confirmed usable on the inbound, compared to 83% of data being usable after being upcycled by Diameter Health’.

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