Dear Customers and Partners,
Exciting things are happening at Diameter Health, and I wanted you to be the first to know.
Diameter Health’s focus has always been making clinical data more valuable and useful. For nearly a decade, we’ve been building a reputation for clinical informatics expertise and scalable, automated technology that makes health data interoperable.
Today, I’m thrilled to share a new brand that more fully communicates the uniqueness of what we do — and our vision for what comes next.
Diameter Health’s work is challenging and complex, but the outcome of our work is powerfully simple. Raw clinical data is transformed into the cleanest, clearest, most precise data in the healthcare space: Upcycled Data.
Diameter Health’s process does more than normalize data to make coding consistent. It does more than optimize data for a single purpose. It brings a huge volume of data in from everywhere patients get care; and makes it flexible to serve many purposes. All at high speed and at scale. That’s Upcycled Data.
We are entering an exciting new era as vast amounts of clinical data become more accessible to all. But to successfully tap into the potential of clinical data, today’s payers, government entities, health information exchanges, healthcare IT vendors and life insurers will need Upcycled Data.
Diameter Health’s technology is more precise, powerful and scalable than any other solution in the marketplace today. We are the only ones ready and able to capture the full value of clinical data to power new solutions, elevate efficiency, and make better, smarter care possible.
Diameter Health has reached this moment thanks to the collaboration and mutual hard work of organizations like yours. Our new brand reflects our transformation from a startup to a national leader — but the vital importance of our partnership with you will not change.
I invite you to be the first to see our new brand, logo and look in action as you explore our just-launched Diameter Health website. Let us know what you think.
Check out our blog Upcycling Data™, What You Need to Know, a Q&A with Ashley Basile, Chief Product Officer at Diameter Health.