Global artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics company SAS has announced the availability of its new end-to-end enterprise solution, SAS Health.

Designed for analytics and data automation, the solution will allow healthcare providers, insurers, and public health agencies to simplify the process of health data management.

It also helps to enhance data governance and expedite patient insights.

The latest development builds on the recent announcement by SAS to commit $1bn to the development of AI-powered industry solutions over the coming three years.

SAS Health Care and Life Sciences vice-president Gail Stephens said: “Having one consistent, common data model built on a powerful advanced analytics platform is pivotal for hospital systems and the future of health care delivery.

“SAS Health offers an extraordinary opportunity to advance patient care and treatment through improved efficiencies in data and analytics frameworks, which ultimately will allow health care payers and providers to deliver better outcomes more quickly.”

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SAS Health reduces the time and effort needed for analytic processes, such as identifying gaps in clinical staffing or visualising the screening centres’ landscape in relation to patient populations.

The cloud-native solution is based on a common health data model that has predefined mappings to match the commonly used industry-wide standards.

SAS Health’s data model on SingleStore will serve as a central location for connecting a wide variety of health data directly with clinical, financial, and operational information.

This further shows how SAS Health supports the easy and quick ingestion of data from various industry standards in a no-code/low-code format.