Boston-based Lyniate announced new partnerships with clinical exchange technology provider Secure Exchange Solutions (SES) and healthcare cybersecurity firm Sensato. These partnerships will build on Lyniate’s mission to create a truly interoperable ecosystem by encouraging and facilitating collaboration among healthcare technology providers. To support these relationships and Lyniate’s partnership focus, the company has also welcomed Christy Evans to the team in the role of director strategic partners.
Working together in Lyniate’s Co-Creation Lab, a design environment that facilitates the advancement of cutting-edge health IT, these partnerships will allow each respective company to collaborate with Lyniate by sharing and receiving resources and knowledge that extend well beyond market requirements.
The SES partnership enables the companies to collaborate to streamline and expedite integrations with hospitals, clinics, radiology, and lab healthcare IT ecosystems. Lyniate will facilitate simplified onboarding to SES’ Notify and Fetch services, which are designed to help providers comply with the CMS interoperability rules and thrive in value-based payment environments.
The agreement between Lyniate and Sensato acknowledges the inseparable relationship between interoperability and cybersecurity. The companies will work to evolve the Sensato Nightingale platform to provide more cohesive and secure clinical, financial, and operational workflows. Together, the two companies will develop educational programs for the marketplace that address interoperability and workflow security challenges.
“It is an honor to partner with these innovators knowing together we can all offer our customers more robust interoperability, cybersecurity, and clinical exchange solutions,” says Erkan Akyuz, president and CEO of Lyniate. “With our best of breed approach to creating a true healthcare ecosystem, we can empower public health and provider organizations with new capabilities to solve age-old industry challenges and prepare for the future.”
Lyniate says the addition of Christy Evans as director strategic partners will be critical as Lyniate continues its focus on partnership collaboration via the company’s Co-Creation Lab. With more than 15 years of experience in managing strategic accounts and partner relationships, Evans aims to provide valuable oversight of partnerships, building upon and nurturing existing relationships while also bringing on new accounts and helping to facilitate Lyniate’s longstanding goal of creating a truly interoperable healthcare ecosystem.