The Software and Technology Vendors’ Association (SATVA) is a trade organization for vendors of behavioral health and human services software and information technology. Its members have a genuine concern for promoting the use of effective information technology in behavioral health and human services; helping to formulate and support quality improvement for the highest industry standards; and facilitating the delivery of more efficient and effective consumer services through use of information technology.

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Interoperability of

42 CFR Part 2



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Meaningful Use interoperability of ultra-sensitive health information in full compliance with the current federal and state regulatory environment is a challenge with a viable solution based upon today’s standards. In this booth you can view a video demonstration of ultra-sensitive interoperability that meets all requirements of one of the most stringent regulatory environments, 42 CFR Part 2 which applies to substance use providers. The video not only demonstrates Part 2 compliant disclosure based upon valid consent, but documents the remote execution of a common consent at a Part 2 Program and conveyance of that consent, along with a request for disclosure, to a previous treatment provider of that consumer. That provider can then perform a transition of care disclosure with the confidence that all laws and consumer directives have been complied with. The very common use case where the consumer self presents at a new provider is thus enabled. The video will show you an actual implementation of Meaningful Use interoperability which all certified Electronic Health Records are required to support. What the video will show you is real, not just screen shot mockups.


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