SANTA FE, N.M.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kyield introduced today the new semantic health care platform designed to reduce health care costs, improve organizational efficiencies, and escalate therapeutic discoveries.
The health care platform enables patients to better self-manage overall health while making informed decisions with evidence-based data. By combining interoperable protocols with advanced analytics and third party health management applications, the Kyield health care platform exceeds the certification requirements outlined in the recent U.S. stimulus and health care reform legislation.
“We are well aware that the trajectory of escalating health care costs is unsustainable. It is therefore essential that we drive costs lower while improving care delivery systems,” said Mark Montgomery, Founder and CEO of Kyield. “Having long recognized the need for transformational HIT (health care information technology) in our personal and professional experiences, we are pleased to lead the path with a fully integrated platform that exceeds regulatory requirements and that promises to improve patient care, reduce costs, and advance life science at a beneficial ROI.”
Kyield’s health care platform as a service is a web-accessed technology for patients, providers, researchers, payers, and other patient-approved parties to partner in a logically structured, secure, semi-automated system designed for continuous improvement.
Key features of the Kyield health care platform:
Kyield is an enterprise software and communications company that designs and develops advanced knowledge systems for government and industry. The semantic health care platform is a new innovation unveiled in the use case titled: Diabetes and the American Health care System; a key component of the ongoing series ‘Semantic Scenarios for the Intelligent Enterprise’.
Founded in 2002, Kyield is currently headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Kyield’s patent-pending semantic platform supports RDF, OWL and other international standards for data transactions, therefore ensuring interoperability.
White papers, use case scenarios, history, team bios, and presentations are available at: www.kyield.com