• November 29, 2010
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Meaning comes to healthcare

Autonomy has introduced its Meaning Based Healthcare (MBH) platform, which is described as a comprehensive set of clinical diagnosis and information governance technologies designed to help healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) provide higher quality care at lower costs.

The company says Autonomy Auminence, a point-of-care analysis dashboard, is designed to help the provider make better quality, data-driven, evidence-based diagnosis decisions. Based on Autonomy's Bayesian inference technology, Auminence allows healthcare professionals to combine their personal knowledge with the wealth of knowledge that exists on the patient and his or her symptoms, clinical features and related diseases—contained in the vast volumes of so-called "human-friendly" information that make up healthcare data. Autonomy's technology understands the meaning within all this human-friendly information, draws parallels in the data and recognizes concepts and patterns.

Further, Autonomy says, HDOs can deploy its cloud and on-premise information governance solutions to build a much more intelligent information governance strategy that better protects the organization and drives down costs.

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