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The pinnacle of Palliative Care technology evolution

Palliametrics is the culmination of several years of architectural, design and development work focused on delivering software that improves palliative care delivery and outcomes. As a modern, cloud-based technology, Palliametrics reflects not only the software expertise of its developers, Data AnyWare, but also the critical input of multiple national palliative care consultants and practitioners.

How did we get here?

In light of the rapid evolution in palliative care practices and associated quality improvements, Data AnyWare realized in 2015 that the face of palliative care service delivery could be transformed through a shared platform that supports all types of palliative care providers across varied care settings. By building a palliative care solution using the Software as a Service (SaaS) model, Data AnyWare allows all palliative care organizations to benefit from a unified platform providing continually updated quality standards, while still being able to realize the benefits of customization at an organizational level. The Palliametrics application’s advanced architecture provides for this seamless versatility, as well as the ability to support new models of palliative care service delivery in the future.

Palliametrics Leadership Team

Data AnyWare Founder, President

Chuck Snell

Chuck brings to the Palliametrics team over 30 years of consulting experience working in health care information technology and a wide variety of other sectors, including 15 years managing application design, development, deployment, and maintenance. In addition to managing Data AnyWare’s application development infrastructure, personnel, and operations, Chuck guides the project design and application architecture for Palliametrics.


The work and guidelines of the following organizations were instrumental in the development of Palliametrics as a comprehensive resource for both managing palliative care operations and capturing valuable metrics for quality improvement in palliative care.

  • American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM)
  • The Carolinas Center (TCC)
  • Center for Advancing Health (CFAH)
  • Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC)
  • Global Palliative Care Quality Alliance (GPCQA)
  • Hospice & Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA)
  • National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care (NCHPC)
  • National Consensus Project (NCP) for Palliative Care Clinical Practice Guidelines
  • National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO)
  • Palliative Care Quality Network (PCQN)
  • Spragens & Associates

Please note that while we recognize the valuable resources above, mention of them is not intended to convey endorsements by these organizations.

Spragens & Associates

We would like to extend our thanks to Lynn Spragens and Tom Gualtieri-Reed, who donated their time and energy to make Palliametrics a reality. Through their understanding of and commitment to the field of palliative care, Lynn and Tom have helped us make Palliametrics what it is today, a tool designed specifically to help palliative care programs succeed.