A leader in crisis and emergency management technology, Juvare recently announced successfully automating the transfer of hospital bed capacity data from EMResource to National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN), run by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
EMResource data has been used as part of the national response to COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. This has enabled flexible data collection from hospitals and improved visibility at both the state and federal levels. According to estimates, data obtained from EMResource served as the single most important source for hospital information.
“McKinsey Institute estimates that automating different tasks can raise productivity growth to 1.4% annually”
The company believes that the ability to quickly help hospitals and public health stakeholders keep track of the situation across a region or state and respond to changing regulatory needs without giving healthcare providers more work is a unique feature. Even when there are no federal rules or requirements, EMResource helps states and healthcare coalitions keep track of the capacity and availability of healthcare resources.
During the pandemic, Juvare made a number of important changes to the EMResource platform. For example, it updated the user interface and gave hospitals across the state access to APIs so that they could automate data in a way that had never been done before. Also, the company launched the JX Connector integration platform to help the public sector update its digital systems by quickly connecting different data streams. The integration of EMResource and NHSN was done faster with Juvare's JX Connector, a platform for integration-as-a-service.
Enterprise Resilience Solutions help organizations connect to the important resources, data, and mutual help they need to bounce back after disasters or other problems. Juvare has helped with over 500,000 emergency response situations each year in more than 25 countries.