Software designed with clinicians in mind.

We develop healthcare information technology solutions that allow clinicians to spend more time with and provide better care for their patients.

User-friendly software purpose-built for clinicians and their patients

Much of today’s healthcare information technology (HIT) was developed primarily for billing and coding, leaving it complex and time-consuming to use. When clinicians spend more of their time performing searches and entering data, they get less time to provide actual clinical care for their patients. With over 70 years of combined industry experience, our goal is to create HIT solutions that focus on the needs of clinicians and their patients – first.


years of combined healthcare and IT experience

4 million

in-workflow clinical encounters supported annually


US patents in the healthcare data and analytics space

Case Study: Kettering Health Network

Kettering Health Network wanted to reduce the number of repeat radiologic studies ordered on their patients and generally reduce the amount of radiation used to image patients across their 55-location network in Ohio. To meet this goal, CliniCentric used a novel, collaborative approach to build a software solution that aggregates and analyzes millions of radiology records to deliver a US-patented patient risk score (RADS).

Today, clinicians at Kettering can now view a patient’s RADS score in seconds, as well as the their entire radiologic history in a single viewpoint. This allows clinicians to easily defer or modify proposed testing in favor of a decreased radiation and cost approach.

Our Products

Ascendance CDR

The Ascendence Clinical Data Repository (CDR) is a parallel CDR powered with a healthcare information exchange (HIE)’s data flow. It doesn’t replace any current infrastructure. US Core (FHIR) based in its design, it leverages a simplified ontology to make implementation, maintenance, and future expansion simpler, cheaper, and quicker.

Patient Centered Data Report (PCDR)

The Patient Centered Data Report (PCDR) is CliniCentric’s answer to the increasingly complex technology environments clinicians are so often forced to use. Powered by the Ascendence CDR (or a CCD) and accessible with the Convergence API, it gets clinicians to the information they need (and want) with a minimum number of clicks.

Convergence API

The Convergence API allows for in-workflow access and use of a healthcare information exchange’s (HIE’s) data and information. Bi-directional, simple in design, and quick to implement, it allows for a range of technologies to be presented and accessed through a single, recognizable interface.


When it comes to radiology and safety, it is critical that clinicians have all the information they need to make the best possible imaging choices for their patients. RadsCheck is an application designed to allow clinicians to rapidly understand a patient’s past radiologic history. Delivered via the Convergence API, it guides appropriate ordering and offers additional study-based semantic, search, and retrieve functionality.


CareQuest represents a new approach to the role HIEs can have with care management. It allows HIEs to offer automated care management inputs (ACMIs) that are powered by the extensive data flow an HIE receives. The result is a ”Care Management Exchange” that democratizes care management requests allowing anyone caring for a patient to contribute to the patient’s broader healthcare needs.

News & Blog

CliniCentric Joins with MedMapps to Launch RadsMap

CliniCentric Joins with MedMapps to Launch RadsMap

CliniCentric is proud to announce that MedMapps, a Minnesota LLC with over a decade of specialization in radiologic ontology and radiology procedure mapping, has agreed to form a joint venture with CliniCentric to modernize and greatly expand the level of radiologic...

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Medical Informatics: Theory, Reality, and Interior Design

Medical Informatics: Theory, Reality, and Interior Design

Theory In 2009, Charles P. Friedman, PhD proposed and published a proposed fundamental theorem of biomedical informatics in the Journal of the American Medical Information Association.   Contained in this brief paper was a simple diagram.  Per...

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