Solutions that Make Healthcare Work Better
Our mission at Patient Centric Solutions is to enable patients and providers to easily exchange data across facilities so accurate clinical data is always available when needed to inform care.
At Patient Centric Solutions, we design data exchange products that:
- Improve quality of care
- Eliminate gaps in care
- Improve outcomes
- & Reduce burden and costs
PatientShare App — Clinical Data Sharing & Viewing
The PatientShare app is a SMART on FHIR clinical data viewer. It features an intuitive interface that allows clinicians, patients, or caregivers to view relevant care-related data easily. It supports all USCDI resources in addition to CMS Post-Acute Care assessment resources. It also supports sharing advance directives, the International Patient Summary, and care plans, including the eLTSS and eCarePlans.
PatientShare is a web-based app available for desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. The PatientShare app can run on existing patient access FHIR R4 APIs, or you can connect it to the full PatientShare exchange solution. That configuration supports patient-mediated clinical data exchange and computable consents.
PatientShare Exchange — Health Data Exchange Infrastructure
The PatientShare Exchange infrastructure consists of a FHIR server, API, a consent system, an authorization server, and a powerful yet easy-to-use interface. It is built on the HEART standard, a set of profiles that enhance the underlying standards of FHIR, OAuth, OpenID Connect, and UMA (User-Managed Access).
PatientShare enables a new kind of interoperability called Patient-Mediated Exchange (PME). This approach puts the patient or their proxy in control of how their health data is shared. As a result, patients and care teams get access to all the data they need on time, with extra security, privacy, and accountability around the whole process.
Exchange supports hybrid configurations that enable both organizational and patient policies. Notably, this means that it can work in a classic environment where consent is managed by the institution based on documents signed by the individual and access permissions managed by the organization. Or it can work in a Patient-Mediated Exchange (PME) environment where patients determine what data is shared and with whom. It can also work in a mixed model.