Looming health care reforms are forcing all stakeholders within the health care marketplace to focus on creating business and technology strategies that will keep them viable. In particular, health insurers are revisiting how they regard, organize, access, use and transmit patient data in and out of a growing health care universe. A mid the demands of the new administration's health care reforms, stakeholders from all segments of the health care marketplace are focusing efforts anew on creating business and technology strategies that will keep them viable. This is especially true for health insurers, now revisiting how they regard, organize, access, use and transmit data in and out of a growing health care universe.

That universe of users includes regulators, providers, third-parties and patients alike, and all expect instant access to data from any number of repositories and/or stores.

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