Apervita’s Interoperability Solutions enable the secure sharing of data between hospitals, health plans & patients

Our Interoperability Solutions help healthcare organizations comply with federal government regulations related to interoperability and information blocking...and so much more

Our multi-tenant, multi-affiliate architecture provides an easy one-to-many framework, seamlessly enabling healthcare organizations to connect to hundreds of applications to promote innovation, efficiency & cost-savings

Our technology offers a Patient Access API & allows for application exchange, payer-to-payer data exchange, electronic case reporting & inter-system data exchange for quality programs and performance

Our technology offers a wide range of data-sharing use cases, such as meeting government mandates, electronic case reporting, quality programs & expanding data monetization programs

Apervita’s platform was purpose-built with interoperability in mind and can meet the needs of the industry today to cost-effectively meet CMS’ deadlines

Apervita’s platform was purpose-built with interoperability in mind so it can evolve with industry needs and can cost-effectively meet CMS and ONC deadlines

With no secondary data use rights, each payer retains data for their own control and ownership

With no secondary data use rights, each payer retains data for their own control and ownership

Is your organization ready to meet CMS & ONC interoperability & patient access deadlines?

We can help you build a roadmap to compliance.

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Increased visibility

Apervita’s environment allows for the customer to have visibility into their data transactions without added burden

Increased Visibility

Ease-of-use

Set up a network of trusted collaborators to share data with appropriate parties when needed, without added hassle

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Security

Apervita’s Deep Encryption security technology is the strongest in the healthcare industry

Why is interoperability important?

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  • CMS and ONC want patients to have access to their own data
  • ONC’s information blocking final rule penalizes those who interfere with the access, exchange or use of electronic health information (EHI)
  • The CMS’ Cures Act is designed to give patients and their healthcare providers secure access to health information

Learn more about the timelines and regulations around ONC & CMS interoperability & data sharing with our overview.