EMR Data Access for your

Radiology Practice

Pathology Practice

Cardiology Practice

Pulmonology Practice

Dermatology Practice

Research Practice

Illuminate was created by software engineers with a single purpose in mind: help your practice unlock the patient record stored across multiple systems to instantly deliver actionable intelligence where and when you need it most—whether at the point of read, when reviewing against patient information for a complex case, or doing research across millions of clinical documents. Today, Illuminate applications lead the way in helping clinical specialists, hospital administrators, academia and quality departments improve patient care and business practices.

Outcomes-Based Solutions

Efficiencies that improve patient care and ensure positive outcomes.

Physician-Driven Innovation

Solutions guided by practicing physicians and best practices.

Enhanced Radiology Reporting

Instant access to reports improves workflow and patient outcomes.

Welcome to the Patient-Centered Clinical Practice

Every day, Illuminate is partnering with providers, clinicians and administrators at top academic, community, regional and enterprise hospitals to improve clinical outcomes, mitigate risk to doctors and departments, increase revenue, improve patient safety and streamline workflow. Our team of experts, advisors and clinical partners provides invaluable input based on real-world experience to help us develop solutions that help clinical practices succeed—from radiology, pathology and cardiology to pulmonology and more.

Explore Illuminate Solutions

Illuminate applications give you quick, targeted access to the information stored in your EMR systems to help you improve patient care and business practices. The Illuminate platform is built to scale to the high volume of information stored across your enterprise so you can quickly retrieve the clinical and departmental documentation you need.

Find out if Illuminate solutions are right for your practice >

“Products like Illuminate®, that really bring the power of free text data that we must deal with to the hands of the clinician, are very important.”

Gregory A. Ator, MD
Chief Medical Information Officer
University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS