Healthegy to Honor Healthcare Analytics Pioneer Health Catalyst at Upcoming DHIS

Healthegy Inc., creator of content and conferences that foster innovation in the healthcare industry, is proud to announce that Health Catalyst, a leader in healthcare data warehousing, analytics and outcomes improvement, will receive this year’s Digital Healthcare Innovator Award. The award will be presented at Healthegy’s exclusive digital healthcare event, the Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit, in Boston on Nov. 2, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

Health Catalyst CEO Dan Burton will share insights on the company’s success during an interview at the conference.

“We created Healthegy to bring together the innovators, investors and executives who are transforming health care,” said Craig Simak, CEO of Healthegy. “Health Catalyst represents the best possible outcome of such collaboration. Health Catalyst’s executives, investors and customers are truly finding a better way to make health care delivery more affordable, effective and efficient for the country’s leading providers. We’re honored to present this award to Health Catalyst.”

Founded in Salt Lake City in 2008 by Tom Burton and Steve Barlow, Health Catalyst provides data warehousing and analytics technology that helps to improve outcomes such as better quality, greater efficiency and lower costs for health systems supporting more than 70 million Americans.

“We are honored to receive this recognition and accept it on behalf of our clients, who have embraced innovation as the means of improving care for the communities they serve,” said Dan Burton. “This award underscores our joint commitment to using data and analytics to discover new opportunities for improving clinical, financial and operational outcomes.”

Health Catalyst combines technology and services to help health systems and forward-looking physician groups transform the terabytes of information stored in their siloed databases into new insights. Multi-disciplinary teams of physicians, nurses, quality professionals and finance experts use these insights to develop and deploy best practices that lead to better clinical, financial and operational outcomes.

Health Catalyst’s 85 documented customer success stories testify to the company’s ability to drive critical improvements such as reduced readmissions, greater patient safety and stronger bottom lines.

The company employs over 450 people at its headquarters in Salt Lake City and in offices in Minneapolis, Columbus, OH and Boston. Investors include Norwest Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, Leerink Capital, Sands Capital, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, CHV Capital (an Indiana University Health company), Partners HealthCare, EPIC Venture Partners, Leavitt Equity Partners, Tenaya Capital and UPMC.