While there is growing awareness in both doctor’s offices and health IT markets of the critical...
SAFFRON Labs Prepared to Lead Demonstration of Gravity Project’s Social Determinants of Health Data Exchange IG at HL7 Connectathon
At the HL7 FHIR Connectathon 32 (Henderson, Nevada, January 14-15, 2023) the SAFFRON Labs Team will test and demonstrate how its platform and out-of-the-box applications meet the specifications of the Social Determinants of Health Data Exchange Implementation Guide (IG).
HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) Connectathons feature hands-on FHIR development and testing.
Implementers and developers come together to hold technical discussions that advance the FHIR specification, develop FHIR-based solutions, and exchange data with other FHIR interfaces. Aaron Seib, who directs SAFFRON Labs and is Co-Chair of the Gravity Project, will lead the SAFFRON Team in sharing and testing how SAFFRON products provide a solution for the use cases under review.
“We are very excited to be back in-person at the connectathon testing the standards-based SDOH capabability that will change how we think about and use health information.”
Introducing the SAFFRON Platform:
Connecting the Clincal with the Community
What we have built is techincally complex, but the story of its uise is very simple. We will connect doctors, patients and community-based organizations to deliver value-based, person-centered care beyond the clinic. Here are the parts:
The Diversity Platform
for FHIR-enabled Exchange
The SAFFRON Labs platform that makes fhir- and standards-based interoperability happen.
The SAFFRON App that enables patient assessment and subsequent close loop referrals to community-based organizations.
The SAFFRON App that enables Patients to self-report in response to surveys, Questionnaires REL+SOGI, etc.
(CBO) – The SAFFRON App that enables CBO users to accept and manage Incoming Referrals.
Extendibility to support Third-Party Applications interactions in an interoperable way.