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License Agreements

Class 1: End Users

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Definition:

A health care provider, institution, or social service organization that uses a PRAPARE Electronic Health Record template to screen for and record social risks that may impact health outcomes and disparities, health care spending, and health care costs.

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Examples:

  • Community, Migrant, Homeless or Public Housing Health Centers (aka, FQHCs or Health Center Program entities).  Also includes PCAs and HCCNs.
  • Other safety net providers/organizations (entities serving predominantly uninsured or Medicaid-insured populations). Includes safety-net focused ACOs and IPAs
  • Other health care providers/organizations not serving predominantly uninsured or Medicaid-insured populations.  Includes other ACOs and IPAs
  • Social services agencies or organizations
  • Residency and other clinical training programs
  • Medicaid managed care plans employing or paying for, incentivizing, or rewarding staff to directly screen patients
  • Other managed care plans employing or paying for, incentivizing, or rewarding staff to directly screen patients
  • Other organizations for whom NACHC PRAPARE project partners deem as meeting this definition.
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Class 2: Organizations building technical platforms for end users to screen, document, and analyze PRAPARE data

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Definition:

Non -end user organizations building the PRAPARE screening tool into an electronic platform for end users.

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Examples:

  • Electronic Health Record vendors (clinical records)
  • Population health analytics vendors
  • Population health management tool vendors
  • Application developers
  • Health Center Controlled Networks building applications to support PRAPARE data collection and use
  • Third-party vendors who work with other EHR vendors (e.g., Azara)
  • IT consultants
  • Social prescribing/referrals tracking platforms (e.g., Aunt Bertha, Healthify, Health Begins,  211, NowPow, UniteUs, etc.)
  • Government or publicly funded agencies developing such technical approaches
  • Other organizations for whom NACHC PRAPARE project partners deem as meeting this definition.
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Interested in learning more and moving forward with a licensing agreement, contact the PRAPARE Team.