Consent Vault

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Consent Vault Features

Seamless, Secure, and Traceable informed consent process

Modern Approach

Why Choose Consent Vault

Easy Access

Provide easy access to documented, accessible evidence for patient consent to acquire and use their data and information

Facilitate Research and Development

Facilitate access to certified data for research, product development and healthcare innovation. Ability to Search and Identify Patients willing to enroll in clinical studies.

"Clean Data" Validation

Present a mechanism to support the validation and use of ‘clean data’ that has been fully consented by the patient

Ease of Use

Allows patients to update the consent process, with access control through ability to opt in or opt out

Data Is Presented in a Modern Dashboard

Offers providers a modern dashboard format to affirm varying levels of patient consent

Minimizes Liability

Minimizes liability risk associated with litigation and regulatory compliance targeted at data monetization and re-identification concerns

HIPAA Compliance

HIPAA Authorization as an Option

The Privacy Rule consent covers use and disclosure of Personal Health Information (PHI) for TPO (Treatment, Payment, and Operations) to covered entities.

The Privacy Rule consent is not sufficient to permit a use or disclosure of protected health information for purposes other than TPO.

The Consent Vault process provides for HIPAA Authorization in parallel with the Privacy Rule [informed] consent process.

A Cloud Base Solution

Consent Vault Access

Consent Vault provides a state-of-the-art cloud-based approach to modernizing consent to appropriately govern patient agreement to use of their personal health information (PHI), medical data, genomic information, and body specimens (blood, biopsy, etc.) independent of health information systems.

Keep Track of your Consent

Chain of Custody

Consent Vault provides digitized chronologically organized documentation for the informed consent process specifically focused on the use of patient data. Consent Vault work connects the directives of individual patients and the organizations. Consent Vault’s solution is designed to provide an easy to use centralized location with full traceability, auditing and reporting capabilities. This supports regulatory compliance and privacy control rights for sensitive healthcare information.

HIPAA Compliant Templates

Customizable Templates

Our cloud based approach allows users and providers to create custom and HIPAA compliant templates. The ability to customize template and consent forms gives you the flexibility to gather the desired and needed consent and allows standardization across multiple sites.

Web Based Dashboard

User Friendly and Modern Dashboard

Consent Vault provides a state-of-the-art cloud-based and modern dashboard that assists providers and patients in identifying and manage their consented data. Our dashboard is designed to be user friendly and accesible to  help you to identify “clean data”.

Patients Control Their Data

Patient Opt In and Opt Out

Allows patients to update their consent, with access control through the ability to opt in or opt out. This feature provides for greater patient compliance, awareness, and control. 

Intelligent Search Capability

Easy to Identify Consented Data

Users are able to store, retrieve, audit and intelligently search, including AI (Artificial Intelligence) and NLP (Natural Language Processing),  for varying levels of consented data in our secure cloud based system. This data will be displayed in an easy to use dashboard that can display varying levels of consent. This also helps to facilitate research by displaying patients who are willing to participate in medical trials.

An Integrate Solution

FHIR Compatible and 3rd Party Integration

Consent Vault’s solution will offer FHIR enabled to seamlessly connect to other data and healthcare EMR/EHR systems. 

The trading of paper charts for digitized versions and the rapidly expanding use of electronic health records, health information exchanges, and patient portals, FHIR or Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource, allows for seamless, effortless data sharing. FHIR, has quickly become one of the most popular protocols for joining disparate systems together, and Epic Systems, Cerner, Allscripts, athenahealth, and more have all openly committed to FHIR.

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