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 DiverCity 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.