LaunchPoint brings a combination of uncommon and highly valuable assets, both experiential and operational, to its corporate divisions

LaunchPoint’s divisions, Discovery Health Partners and Ajilitee, rely on many assets to serve their healthcare clients:

  • Extreme information expertise spanning big data, analytics, and IT architecture
  • A cloud-based Healthcare Analytics Platform built for flexibility, scalability and information leverage
  • World-class “go-big” experience from prior entrepreneurial ventures

LaunchPoint’s healthcare analytics platform integrates the cloud with big data (both structured and unstructured), which holds a goldmine of information about customers, trending, and other insight.  Our sophisticated, powerful analytic tools apply against this rich store of data assets.  Our applications are mobile-friendly to support the device of choice for consuming information and democratizing analytics.  As these technology trends converge, our cloud-based platform, engineered to handle big data and analytics at its foundation, is in the sweet spot.

We’re not only delivering the technology, but the relevant business solutions on top. As health payers and providers strive to reduce cost, waste and inefficiency, while driving growth and innovation, our business solutions and expertise deliver significant and measurable change.

Unlike others, we deliver our products, services and solutions flexibly in three ways: via software-as-a-service (SaaS), as a fully outsourced solution, or as a hybrid of both. We can customize our delivery model depending on our customer’s unique needs.  Ajilitee’s consulting and Managed Analytics services complement Discovery Health Partners’ cost containment offerings and enable deep customization.

Cloud computing is the great enabler of new ways to do business. In fact, the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry is shifting to “3rd Platform” technologies – mobile devices and apps, cloud services, mobile broadband networks, big data analytics and social technologies – and will reach $5 billion by 2020, or one-third larger than today’s market, with 80% of new growth driven by the 3rd platform (IDC, 2013).