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Interoperability 2020 Post-Acute & Behavioral Health
A First Look at Carequality and CommonWell Early Adopters

November 12, 2020 | Read Time: 5  minutes

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Since it was established in November 2018, the CommonWell-Carequality connection has been utilized mostly by acute and ambulatory care organizations. More recently, post–acute care (home health, hospice, long-term care) and behavioral health organizations have started to connect to the national networks; the large majority of these early adopters find the connection valuable. This report—KLAS’ first on interoperability in the post–acute care and behavioral health markets—examines which vendors are connected today and the level of usability achieved by their most advanced customers.

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Key Findings:

  1. Netsmart and MatrixCare (Brightree) Leading Out in Adoption; Much Progress Still Needed
  2. Netsmart Customers Report Strongest Usability of Outside Data; More Automation Needed from Homecare Homebase and MatrixCare (LTC)
  3. Early Adopters See Value in Their Connections
  4. Little Effort Required to Connect; Adoption Slow as Other Barriers Still Exist
  5. Vendor Bottom Lines
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