LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--To help healthcare organizations hurdle long-standing barriers to meaningful transformation and drive exponential innovation at scale, Commure, Inc. today introduced CommureOS, a revolutionary transformation platform purpose-built for healthcare, at HLTH 2022.
CommureOS is designed to give healthcare organizations the power to synthesize and maximize their existing solutions as well as easily build and rapidly deploy intelligent workflows to enhance clinical, operational, and financial efficiency. By reconciling information through a single platform and facilitating easy and connected innovation, CommureOS enables hospitals and health systems to streamline their technology experience, empower their healthcare workforce, and enhance care delivery and outcomes.
“For decades, health organizations have been pushed to innovate at near-impossible speeds to keep up with the industry’s rate of change — and have made remarkable strides despite it all,” said Ashwini Zenooz, MD, CEO of Commure. “More than ever, they deserve a robust tech experience that ensures their progress can endure. Over the past five years, we’ve been quietly and responsibly building a new model of innovation with some of our nation’s biggest health systems — and today, we invite pioneering organizations to embark with us on a new era of healthcare transformation.”
With CommureOS, healthcare organizations can more effectively and efficiently:
- Unlock and connect disparate data points and static insights across their technology ecosystem and make them actionable and helpful at the point of care.
- Create, test, and deploy new solutions to solve their unique challenges with modular and industry-native building blocks — turning months of development into hours of configuration.
- Reuse established clinical and non-clinical data connections and extend across multiple use cases and workflows to seamlessly scale innovation throughout their organization.
“At a time when hospitals and health systems across the country are grappling with rising burnout and attrition, Commure is steadfast in our commitment to empower the healthcare workforce by simplifying and optimizing the tasks they do and the workflows they use every day,” said Abhijit Mitra, chief product and engineering officer at Commure. “By helping health organizations derive meaning from mountains of data and build connected solutions at scale, we can finally ensure that people — rather than technology — are at the heart of our healthcare ecosystem.”
With CommureOS, leading health systems and hospitals have the tools and support to create or customize the organizational workflows they need with ease, enabling them to streamline traditionally manual and time-consuming tasks and cultivate a more dynamic experience for clinicians, staff, and care delivery teams.
“There’s a new generation of digital health innovators keeping health systems at the center of their own transformation journeys — and Commure is at the forefront,” said Hemant Taneja, CEO and managing director at General Catalyst and co-founder of Commure. “Migrating from point solutions to platform is essential for technology-driven transformation of the sector. By connecting the dots and driving exceptional experiences, Commure is advancing our collective pursuit of responsible and enduring innovation.”
- For more information about how CommureOS is reimagining innovation in healthcare, visit commure.com.
- At HLTH 2022, hear from Commure CEO Ashwini Zenooz, MD today at 3:50pm PT on the Newsroom Stage and learn more about Commure at booth #1427.
Commure, Inc. is building the first operating system designed for healthcare. By connecting disparate datasets, surfacing meaningful insights, accelerating performance through a suite of intuitive applications, and enabling seamless innovation across the industry, we empower every person in the health ecosystem to deliver exceptional care. Commure’s original applications include solutions to improve staff safety, enhance clinical workflow, and bolster financial operations. Commure is partnering with health systems, payors, and digital innovators to build a vibrant health ecosystem together; currently, the company enables more than 160,000 clinicians and staff across more than 400 care facilities to advance care through collaboration. Learn more at commure.com.