As has become tradition at CommonWell, I am pleased to announce our newest members as we kickoff our 7th Annual Meeting and Fall Summit today in Kansas City. Our membership continues to grow in diversity and depth of knowledge.
These three new members are already driving forward innovation in health data sharing, aligning with our vision to help ensure health data is be available to individuals and caregivers regardless of where care occurs. Please join me in welcoming them to our CommonWell family:
Availity is the place where healthcare finds the answers needed to shift focus back to patient care. As the nation’s largest health information network, its solutions enable real-time collaboration for success in a value-based care environment.
CRISP is a regional health information exchange (HIE) serving Maryland, and the District of Columbia and West Virginia via partnership. A non-profit organization formally designated as Maryland’s statewide health information exchange by the Maryland Health Care Commission, CRISP offers a suite of tools aimed at improving the facilitation of care for its region’s providers.
The Commons Project is a non-profit organization building digital services for public good. Its first service is CommonHealth, as mentioned in a recent NEJM article about mobile health. CommonHealth is an Android equivalent to Apple Health, ensuring that people using Android devices can access and share their health records.
Nick Knowlton, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives – Brightree, serves as the CommonWell Membership Committee Chair as well as the CommonWell Board of Directors Vice Chairman.