Although healthcare data transport standards are similar throughout the world, not every health information system can “talk” directly to each other. Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) are hubs that connect those systems that can’t talk directly.
ADVault is a member of or has a commercial agreement in place with these HIEs that allow us to share advance care planning documents anytime, anywhere, with nearly everyone in the country.
With CommonWell, once a new member implements their network connection every single EHR opted-in healthcare provider connection is immediately turned on. That includes 80% of Cerner customers. This membership allows ADVault to connect to other EHR vendors including athenahealth, brightree, eClinical Works, Greenway Health, InterSystems, Meditech, and more.
In November 2021 ADVault and Kno2 announced formation of an innovative partnership. Renowned for its ability to join participants simply and securely across the care continuum, the Kno2 Connected™ product provides the critical link to patient ACPs in the ADVault Exchange™. This fully integrated approach bridges potentially harmful communication gaps between hospital systems, emergency medical services, and post-acute care providers and the patients they serve in urgent care situations.
By virtue of our partnership with Kno2, ADVault became a part of the Carequality interoperability framework which benefits health data exchange networks from accelerated, less costly health data sharing agreements. Carequality enables nationwide care coordination amongst:
The Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients, or CRISP, is a regional HIE covering Maryland, Washington D.C., and parts of the surrounding states. ADVault is the only company to obtain certification under the Maryland state requirements to become an “approved” registry for purposes of connecting to CRISP.