Is your healthcare team struggling to find the reports they need? Do your analysts scramble to keep up with all the requests for data? What if you had a tool that could point you to the right information at the right time—without all the hassle?
Meet Compendium, the data catalog for healthcare.
Start building your self-serve data culture today.
Like a grocery store organizes and displays your food, Compendium serves up your healthcare data with easy-to-navigate searches and browsable categories.
Why is this so powerful?
With Compendium Data Catalog, anyone in your organization—from your CIO to your nurse managers—can simply search for the information they need, see what’s available, and grab what’s helpful.
- Data Warehouse Tables
- Semantic Layers
- SQL Queries
- And More
PLUS: See all the metadata about each asset (who created it, when it was created, what metrics were used, how the metrics were defined, etc.)
Healthcare data isn’t like other data.
Compendium is the only data catalog that’s built by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals. We understand the nuances, regulations, sensitivities, and specialized data needs of a healthcare organization.
You don’t need the bulk (and cost!) of a data catalog built for multinational brands. You do need the security and regulations built for healthcare.
It’s maximum results for minimal effort.
Fast, seamless installation
Up and running in six weeks or less.
Easy, intuitive interface
Anyone who can Google can figure it out.
Keeps your healthcare data secure.
Free training & support
We’re here to help build your self-serve data culture.
Less cost, more streamlined
No user fees, no upcharges, and no expensive features you’ll never need.
We’re here to help you focus on what matters.
When information is easily accessible, and no one has to run in circles to track down what they need, your healthcare team is free to focus on patients—and your data team is free to pursue strategic initiatives that will move your organization forward.
With a self-serve data culture in place, everyone can work smarter.
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