Regions Hospital to Automate Trauma Registry Abstraction with Juniper Health Solution

Minneapolis, MN – 8/31/2021: Juniper Health announced it has reached an agreement with Regions Hospital to implement its solution that automates the abstraction of clinical records for submission to trauma registries. Registry abstraction is typically a manual, time-consuming and highly variable process. Juniper Health’s solution applies automation to save significant abstractor time, decrease health system operating expenses and improve the quality of data submissions.

“We look forward to working with Regions on this important initiative.” says Sean Benson, CEO and Founder at Juniper Health. “As the first hospital in Minnesota to be verified as both a Level 1 Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center, they have clearly established themselves as a leader in the Trauma field and we are excited to support their continued innovation through this exciting project.”

“The trauma registry abstraction process has been essentially the same for decades.” says Dr. Michael McGonigal, Emeritus Trauma Medical Director at Regions Hospital. “We are excited to work with Juniper Health to help transform the field of abstraction.”

About Juniper Health: Founded in 2019, Juniper Health offers a SaaS-based software platform that automates the registry abstraction process for health systems submitting data to registries like the National Trauma Data Bank®.  Learn more at

About Regions Hospital:

Regions Hospital is part of HealthPartners, the largest consumer-governed, non-profit health care organization in the nation with a mission to improve health and well-being in partnership with members, patients and the community. Regions Hospital is a Level I Trauma Center serving adults and children in Minnesota and western Wisconsin for more than 140 years. As a private, non-profit teaching hospital, Regions Hospital provides outstanding care in neurosciences, heart surgery, cardiology, oncology, emergency care, burn care, orthopedic care, mental illness and more. For more information, visit