Leverage data and analytics to manage patient and provider information while identifying market opportunities and risk exposure.

Hospitals and Provider Organizations

1-866-396-7703

Contact Us

Harness the power of data to improve patient engagement and information security. 

LexisNexis data and technology helps validate patient identities, improve data quality, deliver insights into provider
relationships and uncover market opportunities.

Patient Identity Intelligence

Aggregate, link, analyze and validate patient information to improve the patient experience, minimize exposure to risk and improve data reliant work streams.

Provider Data Management & Services

Access complete, current provider data including insights into relationships across IDNs, ACOs, payers and healthcare systems.

Healthcare Claims Intelligence

Get claims-based intelligence to transform your marketing, sales, segmentation and outreach strategies.

Other Healthcare Capabilities

Payer

Data solutions help plans ensure the right people receive the right care by the right providers at the right cost.

Pharmacy

Data, analytics and prescriber verification solutions help pharmacies identify ways to reduce fraud and expand market penetration.

Life Sciences

Data management and market intelligence solutions offer life sciences organizations a healthy market advantage.

Other LexisNexis Healthcare Solutions

Insights and Resources

Research

COVID-19 Healthcare Data Insights

Research

Top Priorities for Health IT Leaders in 2020

Research

The State of Patient Identity Management

White Paper

ACOs Can Harness the Power of Social Determinants of Health

White Paper

The Top Three Reimbursement Insights Your Data Offers

Infographic

Sphere of Influence: Physician Referral Patterns

Partner with LexisNexis Health Care

We believe in the power of data and analytics
to manage risk & uncover opportunity.

Roswell Park Cancer Institute uses LexisNexis®MarketView® for Physician Outreach

“Without data to support and focus outreach efforts, Roswell Park had an insufficient view of the practitioners who were seeing and treating patients they wanted to attract.”
Read The Case Study