ONC Interoperability Proving Ground (IPG)
The Interoperability Proving Ground (IPG) is an open, community platform where you can share, learn, and be inspired by interoperability projects occurring in the United States (and around the world).
— ONC (@ONC_HealthIT) January 3, 2018
Share your interoperability project by submitting a new project at the IPG or update the status of a project that had been posted within the last 90 days. Once a project is submitted or updated, it will be added to the queue to be randomly selected as a featured project. Learn more about the IPG Spotlight.
- Western Collaborative Patient-Centered Data Home. This UHIN project seeks to allow healthcare information to quickly and securely follow patients to other healthcare providers within five states.
- Distributed Data Sharing Hyperledger (DDASH). DDASH is an open-source protocol for information exchange across blockchain networks; it seeks to eliminate barriers to information exchange and create open economies around health information.
- Moxe Health – Clinical Data Sharing – Substrate. Moxe Health’s Substrate platform leverages HL7/FHIR standards and vendor specific tools to create normalized, machine-readable health records that facilitate the real-time exchange of clinical, analytic, and administrative data.
- Optimizing Detection and Treatment of High-Risk Heart Failure Patients. This project is a collaboration between RxRevu and UCHealth to automatically detect when high-risk heart failure patients are not prescribed evidence-based medications and gives healthcare providers non-interruptive methods to ensure patients are taking proven, evidence-based medications.