T-M-Partners chooses InterSystems Ensemble for its CMS Quality Manager healthcare application

InterSystems Corporation today announced that Technology Medical Partners (T-M-Partners) has selected the InterSystems Ensemble® rapid integration and development platform for its CMS Quality Manager healthcare application. The first of many healthcare technology solutions under development by T-M-Partners, CMS Quality Manager is designed to vastly improve the data abstraction and administrative processes of reporting core measures to the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS).

InterSystems develops innovative integration, database, and business intelligence products. T-M-Partners, an InterSystems application partner, has made a name for itself developing composite healthcare solutions that improve quality, cash flow and efficiencies for healthcare providers through the improvement of data access, administrative workflow and quality.

Ensemble is used to develop and integrate mission-critical applications, leverage previous software investments through composite applications, and establish an enterprise service bus or SOA infrastructure. Ensemble-based projects are deployed in hundreds of organizations in healthcare, government, financial services, and other industries where reliability and high-performance are paramount concerns.

“Healthcare has many human-based processes in need of data access, automation and process improvement,” said Jeff Burke, Managing Partner at T-M-Partners. “The InterSystems Ensemble platform enables us to rapidly configure these processes and access data in a way that simplifies the user experience and do so on a platform designed for continuous improvement, speed and scalability. The bottom line benefit to healthcare providers includes higher quality, lower costs, higher efficiency and improved patient and employee satisfaction.”

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