Integrate, exchange, and visualize disparate data


Create integrated virtual care communities

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Data governance
Create a data sharing framework and governance structure including a standard data sharing agreement and policies and procedures that describe compliance with all state and federal laws.

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Data integration
Implement bidirectional data exchange among the organizations and the systems that are part of the care community including HMIS systems, managed care claims systems, EHRs, and governement systems.

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Community-centered design
Leverage configurable features and functionality to design the workflows that are right for your specific community.

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Privacy and security
Meet federal and state privacy and security requirements with a data privacy management plan that describes how information is protected, including consent management and data access.

One longitudinal community health record

View longitudinal community health records with information from social, behavioral, and clinical data sources.

Provide access to the entire care community on a single platform with SSO bidirectional integration to health, human, and social service provider systems.

Share sensitive personal information and protect privacy with HIPAA-compliant technology.

Leverage identity matching and master data management to match and organize information about consumers.

Capture consent such so that consumers remain in control while service providers and communities can confidently share data.

Leverage technology built specifically for community-led care coordination.

Measure the outcomes that matter

Determine your definition of success and access SyntraNet’s reporting and
dashboards to track progress

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Mental health encounters

Substance use disorder encounters

Behavioral health hospitalization and crisis utilization

Housing services

County jail booking and release

County jail medical and behavioral health services

Health and human services utilization

Community-based services utilization