Let your focus be on value creation, not authorization.
Your members are at the center of everything you do. To provide them with the most value, you need authorized access to their historical clinical and claims data. You also need a trusted partner with the experience and technology to facilitate the required authorization, connect you to a wide network of payers and providers, and enable your members to share their data in a standardized format.
Authenticate with 1up Patient Connect
Find Your Provider or Payer
Authorize from Patient Portals
Health Data Integrated
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Data authorization, made easy
1up Patient Connect makes it easy for members to access and share their health data with payers and digital health companies for a variety of reasons, including to drive better health outcomes, manage personal health, and qualify for clinical trials, as well as for Payer-to-Payer Data Exchange compliance.
How 1up Patient Connect works
Searches for and connects to 7,000+ clinical endpoints, top EHRs, and 150+ payer endpoints
Authorizes data sharing within minutes
Accesses shared data in native FHIR® format
1up Patient Connect Features
- United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) standard clinical datasets
- Configurable front-end application
- Growing network of provider and payer FHIR endpoints, with top 3 EHR support, covering 270+ million patient lives
- Compliant with Payer-to-Payer Data Exchange requirements for CMS-regulated health plans
The upside of 1up Patient Connect
Create a personalized patient experience with comprehensive health records on hand.
End manual data entry with seamless and automated health data integration.
Source health data directly from documented patient records in EHRs and from payers.
Reduce costs associated with development, manual data entry, and more.
Secure and compliant with HIPAA and patient-mediated data exchange.