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12/13/2021

Walmart to use Inovalon’s Data Insights Solution

Inovalon's Data Insights Solution is intended to enable acceleration to a more patient-centric healthcare model.
Sandra Levy
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Inovalon, a leading provider of cloud-based platforms empowering data-driven healthcare has expanded its partnership with Walmart.

This new multi-year agreement will provide Walmart access to Inovalon’s industry-leading Data Insights Solution enabling acceleration to a more patient-centric healthcare model through the application of large-scale analyses of aggregated, de-identified data.

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As healthcare evolves to increasingly focus on the patient, the ability to leverage data to both inform strategy and empower high-value patient-centric capabilities has increasingly become a priority across the healthcare continuum, the company noted. Inovalon’s offerings empower customers across the healthcare ecosystem to improve outcomes and economics through cloud-based, data-driven solutions. This transformation of healthcare puts the patient at the center.

“Walmart keeps the patient’s needs at the heart of all that we do,” said Andrea Marks, Walmart’s vice president of clinical performance. “Together with Inovalon, we can help to ensure that these decisions are highly informed by listening to what our patients want in their healthcare, and how they want it. We are pleased to be expanding our relationship with Inovalon with a shared commitment to leveraging data and technology to deliver accessible and affordable healthcare that improves patient outcomes.”

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“Since we first began working with Walmart in 2020, we have been consistently impressed by their thoroughness and thoughtfulness as they set their patients’ experience and wellbeing as a top priority,” said Inovalon CEO Keith Dunleavy. “We are proud to partner with such a customer-centric and forward-thinking organization.”

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