What We Do

Ariana Mihailescu, Software Engineer and Agasha Amor, Data Analyst

eHealth Data and Technology:
Value or Burden?

Too often information is:

Captured, but unavailable for re-use and reporting

Interoperable, but not where needed

Compliant, but not meaningful

All this for way too much time and money spent.


Our Answer:

We assess your status quo; guide your strategy for maximum ROI; design solutions that work with your investments; use standards that optimize interoperability, measurement, and reporting.

Improving Healthcare:
Transforming Health Information


    How do you chart a path forward that navigates diverse, evolving demands on your data while keeping focus on your mission?

    We analyze your technology and assess your readiness for next steps.


    How do you leverage investments in Health IT to maximize the value of data at the point of care? Which trends in Health IT are priorities?

    We develop a strategy to maximize the value of your health data, technology, and time investments.


    How do you implement technology that addresses your needs and follows the changing quality reporting landscape?

    We design solutions that increase efficiency of public and quality reporting.


    How do you collect data for maximum benefit, while minimizing cost and rework?

    We develop and implement standards that create interoperability and support analysis and reporting.

Methods & Tools

Our methods and tools have grown empirically, organically, over a decade, through hundreds of client engagements. They continue to evolve in service to our clients and in support of our Solutions.

Data Analysis Methodology

Our data analysis methodology assesses the feasibility of meeting our client’s analytics and reporting goals. We assess our client’s data and goals simultaneously, identify gaps, and make recommendations that take the path of least resistance to meeting their goals. Our methods maximize the value of the data by recommending the most efficient path to meeting analytics and reporting objectives.

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Data Maturity Model

Lantana’s data element maturity model is a rating system to assess the availability and variability of data in live EHR environments. A high maturity rating indicates high availability and low variability of structure and form while a low maturity rating indicates a lack of availability, high variability in format, or structure, or both. Our analysts use the maturity model to assess the quality and availability of data and to evaluate data gaps in production environments.

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Field-Tested Methods

Our information management tools support our work designing, managing, and validating information for exchange and data quality analysis. These tools are cost-free and open-source with supported/custom versions available:

  • Lantana Trifolia: a suite of tools for designing and publishing CDA templates/implementation guides and FHIR profiles/implementation guides. Trifolia also supports CDA validation and the development of bi-directional CDA/FHIR transforms.
  • Lantana Validator: a free online community resource that can be licensed for local customization and deployment

See Resources, Related Blogs, & More on Trifolia-on-FHIR for more information on these and other tools and utilities.

Case Statements


Lantana Group

Making Data Useful: A Statewide Consolidated Dataset

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) collects data from hospitals and other healthcare facilities nationwide which results in a good problem—a wealth of ...

Predictable Reporting: 13 sites, 7 EHRs, 65 measures submitted to State Medicaid

A state HIE needed to find the most efficient path to meet quality reporting targets where each provider site had data that matched up differently ...


Lantana Staff

A California Campaign for AUR Reporting

Reporting on the usage and growing resistance to antimicrobials is a key objective for the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). In 2017, they engaged ...

Predictable Reporting: Community Pharmacists as Care Team Members within the Medical Neighborhood

Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC), the primary care case management program for NC Medicaid, found that it needed consistent, structured, and coded data from ...