Enabling greater health through better health information management
Every record represents a real person. Each data point is a potential game-changer in someone’s life: a connection to be understood and acted upon. And so our goal is to enable greater health by improving the way health information is managed.
For 40 years, Ciox has advanced the healthcare industry through better health information management and exchange of health information. Our broad reach in medical records extends across industries, allowing us to modernize workflows, facilitate access to clinical data, and improve the accuracy and flow of health information.
We help our clients manage, protect, and leverage health information to achieve operational improvements, optimized revenue, and better patient outcomes.
Managing every aspect of health data requests, retrieval and analysis, Ciox improves financial performance, shores up data backlogs, and removes the burden of staffing shortages – all of which helps your organization make more meaningful use of health data.
Ciox HealthSource is a secure, cloud-based information sharing platform that transforms the way healthcare information is shared and acted upon – resulting in a better quality of life and improved healthcare outcomes across the US.
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