Since CommonWell was launched in 2013, our membership has continued to grow and diversify. In the beginning, we were solely a membership-only organization, working together to define and build services to exchange health data across disparate systems and venues nationwide.
In 2014, we launched the first core CommonWell services targeted at data exchange for the purpose of patient treatment. At that time, we introduced a new level of CommonWell participation – the CommonWell Service Adopter, reflecting those members who would build CommonWell services into their health IT offerings.
As an Alliance, we strive to have our services accessible to as many providers and patients as possible. As such, it is extremely exciting for me to share that all our newest members have committed to offering CommonWell services to their clients within the coming year.
With these four newest Service Adopters and members, a third of our members are offering or are preparing to offer CommonWell services to clients across the country. Please join me in welcoming each of these innovators in their respective fields:
Dascena is developing machine learning diagnostic algorithms to enable early disease intervention and improve care outcomes for patients. Its mission is to build the next generation of precision medicine to get the right intervention, to the right patient, at the right time.
As part of its future CommonWell Service offerings, Dascena is focused on Treatment data exchange.
Pluto Health is bridging siloed health data to address health care gaps and to inject transparency in care. Pluto provides a complete longitudinal view of patient health data, proactive insights into their health profile and streamline data sharing to improve care.
As part of its future CommonWell Service offerings, Pluto Health is focused on both Treatment and Patient Access data exchange.
Seqster is a SaaS-based healthcare technology company that enables organizations to drive efficient healthcare via comprehensive medical records (EHR), individual genomic profiles (DNA) and personal health device data. It allows users to create their own matched, longitudinal health data profile across their US-based healthcare data sources through patient-centric interoperability and in real-time.
Last month, Seqster completed its platform certification, becoming a CommonWell Service Adopter. Seqster clients now can connect and exchange health data bi-directionally with more than 22,000 healthcare provider sites in the CommonWell nationwide network.
Zus Health is creating the industry’s first shared development platform backed by a shared data record, empowering a wave of new, digital-first healthcare builders. Zus’s vision is to proactively connect the largest array of traditional medical providers to novel health data sources so that health data becomes frictionless to use.
As part of its CommonWell Service offerings coming this Fall, Zus Health is focused first on Treatment data exchange.
If your organization is interested in becoming a CommonWell Service Adopter and/or member, please check out our Membership Information page and share your interest via our Contact Form.
Jitin Asnaani, head of partnerships at PatientPing, serves as the CommonWell Membership Committee chair and is the former Executive Director of CommonWell.