Lyniate and 4medica announce referral partnership to enhance data integrity and interoperability

Lyniate and 4medica announce referral partnership to enhance data integrity and interoperability

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | September 22, 2020 Health IT
Boston, MA and Los Angeles, CA – September 10, 2020 – Lyniate, a global leader in healthcare data interoperability, today announced an agreement with 4medica®, the leading expert in real-time patient identification and matching, to support providers and vendors in enhancing data integrity, quality, and flexibility. The companies’ partnership will enable greater connectivity across the healthcare industry, and equip providers, vendors, and patients with up-to-date health information, void of extraneous duplicate patient files.

“Historically, duplicate patient files have created a significant burden across the entire healthcare continuum,” said Drew Ivan, Chief Product and Strategy Officer at Lyniate. “Now data integrity is even more at risk than ever. Our agreement with 4medica allows our clients to resolve these long standing challenges with data integration and duplicate files that have been exacerbated by the pandemic. Through this agreement we are better positioned to support our customers and meaningfully address the challenges of data integrity and interoperability.”

4medica guarantees an unprecedented less than 1% patient record duplication rate and operates in lockstep with in-house efforts to elevate data integrity by merging and removing redundant files through 4medica Big Data MPI™ and proprietary master data management services. Lyniate provides comprehensive, tailored interoperability solutions through the Rhapsody and Corepoint integration engines, which allow systems to read, interpret, and assimilate data from disparate sources. Lyniate and 4medica will refer customers to one another as appropriate, ensuring healthcare organizations have access to the most robust and complementary data integration and integrity solutions on the market.


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“We are excited to formalize our relationship with Lyniate through this partnership,” said Gregg Church, President at 4medica. “High data integrity and quality, as well as seamless integration, are mission-critical for our provider customers who are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis. This partnership will allow providers greater access to the solutions necessary for accurate, up-to-date patient records, resulting in better financial and clinical outcomes.”

About Lyniate:
Lyniate partners with healthcare organizations around the globe delivering cutting-edge solutions to address interoperability challenges. The company's industry-leading products, Corepoint and Rhapsody, are used by thousands of customers to send hundreds of millions of messages every day. Lyniate is committed to delivering the best interoperability solutions for healthcare organizations, from specialty clinics to large networks, from payers to vendors, and everything in between to build the future of interoperability.

About 4medica:
Guaranteeing an unprecedented 1% patient record duplication rate, 4medica® solves data integrity and financial challenges to minimize patient safety and other clinical risks and achieve true clinical interoperability and transparency for patients. Our Big Data Management and Clinical Data Exchange cloud solutions help healthcare organizations facilitate patient identity management and data exchange to ensure the right data is captured at the right time, the first time. 4medica’s Perfect Order for Perfect Payment™ ensures labs and imaging centers get paid by integrating high-volume revenue cycle management services throughout the entire order management process. 4medica has processed up to 6 billion clinical results representing more than 70 million patient identities. The company connects 40,000-plus physicians to hundreds of ACOs, HIEs, HINs, hospitals, health systems, laboratories, radiology imaging centers and payers nationwide.

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