Elevate Your Life Sciences and Healthcare Insights

Advanced analytics. Faster queries. Improved results.

Advanced analytics. Faster queries. Improved results.

Both IT and business leaders in healthcare today must respond and lead with data-driven approaches to quality of care, operational efficiencies, business growth, regulatory reform and competitive stance.

To discover treatment breakthroughs, enhance the patient experience, improve operations and more, healthcare organizations need a way to securely manage and analyze vast amounts of data from complex sources.



Incorta’s Direct Data Mapping engine unifies all of your data sources, giving you real-time insights without unnecessary data transformations, overnight ETL batch jobs or data reshaping.



To get great insights, you need to see the big picture. Incorta’s pluggable data architecture connects to all of your data sources, allowing you to analyze and drill down into the areas that matter most. Leveraging all of your data (not just the data in a data warehouse) can provide an unparalleled competitive advantage to enterprises such as extreme personalization, real-time context-aware recommendations, dynamic pricing, and improved operations.


Don’t lose time building models and reshaping the data just to gain reasonable query performance. Incorta ingests your entire source schema without the need for a traditional dimensional model design. Queries involving dozens of joins are returned instantly, resulting in super-responsive dashboards that invite exploration and innovation.


Patients can’t wait for the next overnight batch for their providers to get the data they need. Incorta allows you to run multiple direct data loaders in parallel to provide real-time data updates.



Incorta’s first-of-its-kind technology is able to retain all application-level security parameters including object, column, and row restrictions. Individual data rows are contextually restricted using runtime security filters. Of course, we also cover all the basics: encrypted passwords, encrypted communications, role-based access controls to limit access to data and visual objects, and auditing for all changes.