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But what's clear from a technology point of view is that the foundation for such participation will involve having an enterprise clinical information system that's tethered to the revenue cycle piece; having a very, very robust business decision support system, as well as a robust clinical decision support system, to drive decisions within community models; and, at the heart of it, health information exchange, because other [participants in the same collaborative groups] will have other platforms.
a pioneer in business decision support systems, where he grew annual sales to $37 million before the company was acquired by IBM.
In 2005, and for five of the past six years, healthcare executives rated the Alliance Suite as the top Business Decision Support system in its category in KLAS's year-end report, receiving the highest overall score based on 40 performance measures.
The acquisition includes IT Ledger, NetBalance's flagship financial asset management and business decision support system, as well as other applications and resources.
IBM's use of Verity technology is another example of how textual data is powering mission-critical business decision support systems.
The company's premiere product, IT Ledger, is the first business decision support system to provide complete operational and financial data on enterprise IT assets -- enabling organizations to bring real business discipline to IT.