Sausalito, CA and Chicago, IL — March 29, 2018 — Heartbase, Inc., the premier database for
cardiovascular registries, has partnered with clinical performance innovator Biome Analytics to
deliver a new generation of analytic applications that help cardiovascular centers drive superior
outcomes and lower costs. This new initiative will provide hospitals and cardiovascular clinicians with
unprecedented insight into their clinical and financial performance, help them focus on the
opportunities with the greatest impact, and accelerate improvement in their hospital or network.
Working together, heartbase and Biome will provide precision insights and data that cardiovascular
centers need to align teams and profitably deliver superior care, and in the coming weeks, this
combined solution will be made available to existing and prospective clients of both heartbase and
“We are always looking for ways to enhance the services we deliver to our clients,” said Stephen
Gawrit, Director of Sales and Operations at heartbase, Inc. “Biome’s analytic offerings expand our
growing portfolio to support key registry developments, including advanced clinical-financial TVTTAVR
In the ever-changing landscape of health care, it has become increasingly important for hospitals to
be able to use their historical data in order to create more cost-effective methods of providing
superior care. Together, heartbase and Biome provide a joint solution that will align physicians and
hospital networks with the trusted data and cutting-edge analytics they need to strengthen their
research and propel them to the top of national rankings.
“Biome is pleased to announce this innovative partnership with heartbase. Helping hospitals and
doctors work together to improve quality and reduce cost is at the core of our mission” said Stuart
Jacobson, President & CEO of Biome. “Together we will help doctors, heart centers, and health
systems deliver superior clinical and financial performance. This is another first for Biome as we
continue on our mission to help care teams deliver better care to more patients at a lower cost.”
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