Accelerate Adoption and Deepen Traction within Health Systems
NexJ Connected Wellness does not require integration to yield immediate value. The platform has been architected to integrate with external information systems, eliminating the need for manual entry of clinical information.
NexJ Connected Wellness has been integrated with the Massachusetts Health Information Exchange (Mass HIway) for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, delivering one of the state’s earliest proof points for Meaningful Use 2 requirements. In Ontario, NexJ Connected Wellness has been integrated to several provincial assets that span primary, acute, and community care.
Information Integration Categories
Point of Care Systems
NexJ Health integrates to the highest priority data elements for point of care systems by:
- Accepting health information for patients into NexJ Connected Wellness by ingesting multiple Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs)
- Storing a link to patient visit records (PVRs) in point of care EMRs
- Delivering and storing patient-friendly care plans in the clinical system of record
- Single sign on to facilitate convenience for healthcare professionals to review patient population progress
Consumer Health Device Data
- These integrations are enabled via Validic, a HIPAA compliant aggregator of data from home health devices, wearables, and health and fitness-related mobile apps.
- With Validic, NexJ Connected Wellness can capture data from approximately 150 devices from manufactures such as Fitbit, Jawbone, Withings and iHealth. Validic actively updates this list, enabling NexJ Connected Wellness to remain current with minimal effort.
Clinical Systems and Health Information Exchanges (HIEs)
- NexJ Connected Wellness is able to deliver patient-friendly care plans and assessments via HIEs and a variety of clinical systems. Clinical data can be imported into NexJ Connected Wellness through standard HL7 messages and our Conformance Specification (based on the CCD standard).
- We support a variety of healthcare-specific standards and protocols including: HL7 v2.x and 3.x, CCD, CDA, XDS.b, PIX, XCA, ATNA and NHIN Direct. We are also in the process of developing support for Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR). We support many generic standards and protocols, including HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, TLS, XML, JSON, SAML, OAuth, Kerberos, JMS, JDBC, REST, SOAP, WSDL, FTP, SFTP, FTPS and SMTP.