Technology firm Acclivity Health has launched a new system to coordinate clinical care and support resources for seriously ill patients, initially in 38 states. The Connected Community Interoperability Framework includes a network of corporate and organizational partners that includes tech companies Axxess, Muse Healthcare and MatrixCare, as well as the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO).
The Connected Community Interoperability Framework is the first-ever nationwide network of healthcare providers, health plans, EHRs, financial and technology resources to coordinate and improve clinical outcomes for patients with advanced illness
March 23, 2021, JACKSONVILLE, FL – Acclivity Health, a trusted technology innovator who is transforming the way care is provided to patients with advanced illness, today launched the Connected Community Interoperability Framework, a technology, services and workflow solution that seamlessly coordinates clinical care and support resources for seriously ill patients throughout the country. The network was announced during a special session at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) 2021 Leadership and Advocacy Conference.
Clinical care for seriously ill patients has been historically siloed and fragmented. The Connected Community Interoperability Framework empowers healthcare providers to securely and easily connect and collaborate with multiple disciplines within a patient’s care team to provide appropriate and timely services.Read more