As value-based health matures and expands from the physician practice market to the integrated delivery system market the need for integrated industrial strength data aggregation and warehousing, provided by Oracle, with the intellectual property and functionality for population health management, provided by Enli, is critical. Without this integrated capability healthcare delivery systems will be unable to scale their value-based health programs. Despite efforts by the current administration to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, IDC Health Insights believes value-based health will continue to grow and in the next five years become the dominant model for care and the financing of healthcare. Oracle will benefit from the partnership as they continue to build out their "healthcare offerings" to their global clients. Oracle offers global channel opportunities to Enli as well as the data infrastructure to scale Enli's Care Manager application into large complex delivery systems.
The partnership between Enli and Oracle fills a void in the value-based health market, the integration of enterprise-level data aggregation and data warehousing with the intellectual property and functionality of a population health management application and is critical for the growth of value-based health. Oracle's strength is both its proven technology as well as its established global presence in healthcare care delivery organizations. Oracle gains domain specific knowledge in population health for its global clients. The partnership is built on Enli's attaining Gold Level membership of Oracle Partner/Network and its achieving Oracle Validated Integration of CareManager with Oracle Healthcare Foundation. To achieve Oracle Validated Integration, Oracle partners are required to meet a stringent set of requirements. Enli gains access to Oracle's clients globally as well as the strength of Oracles technology to scale and to manage the increasing volume and complexity of data in delivery systems.
Suppliers of technology to multiple markets are challenged to balance their core strength, their technology and technical domain expertise with the needs of a particular industry. Oracle has been meeting the health industry's need for data aggregation and warehousing for many years without supplying industry domain expertise. Oracle's release of the Oracle Healthcare Foundation provides domain specific knowledge for delivery systems. Modules found in the Oracle Healthcare Foundation include Omics, Clinical, Financial and Administrative. Additionally, healthcare organizations can deploy pre-built intelligence, analytic, data mining, and performance solutions from Oracle and its partners. Oracle applications include: Oracle Healthcare Precision Medicine and Oracle Translational Research. Partner applications include Population Health and Cost of Care. Oracle will continue to build out its partner applications portfolio.
Enli Health Intelligence (formerly Kryptiq) is a privately held company based in Beaverton, Oregon (for more details, see www.enli.net). Founded in 2001, the company was purchased by Surescripts in 2012. Kryptiq spun off from Surescripts in 2015 and rebranded as Enli Health Intelligence. Enli's core product offering is CareManager, which integrates healthcare data with evidence-based guidelines, embedding them in a visual, heads-up display within provider workflows across the enterprise and at the point of care. Enli's CareManager application is among the leaders in IDC Health Insights MarketScape: U.S. Populat6ion Health Management 2016 Vendor Assessment. CareManager is the commercial version of the product originally developed by providers at Providence Health & Services in Portland, Oregon. Enli has co-developed each release with leading healthcare organizations and curated its clinical guidelines in collaboration with its customer advisory group.