Today, advance care planning remains largely paper-based, which produces numerous barriers, burdens, and adverse outcomes. The lack of access to these important documents during care transitions leads to:
ADVault has taken a leadership role in the world’s largest data standards organization, HL7, to produce the Advance Directive Interoperability (ADI) with Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource (FHIR) implementation guidance (IG) to advance interoperable data standards for the exchange, integration, sharing, and retrieval of advance care plan information.
The ADI with FHIR project that focuses on advance directives, personal advance care plans, and portable medical order for life-sustaining treatment document:
The ADVault software-as-a-service platform conforms to all current interoperable data exchange standards enabling timely access to an individual’s medical goals, treatment priorities, and care preference across all healthcare settings to inform medical care. No other advance care planning system on the market support the exchange of data and meets industry standards.
The FHIR IG covers the use of RESTful API interactions for query, retrieve, and verification of advance directive information between systems. FHIR resources to represent advance directive content include:
Contact us to learn more about how we can put ADI with FHIR to work for your organization.