Clareto Announces New HIE Partner

Our newest health data partner

We’re excited to announce a recent agreement to add a large health information exchange (HIE) in the South to our EHR+ network. Participating healthcare organizations include hospitals and health systems, surgical and imaging centers, emergency and urgent care facilities, primary care and specialty physician practices, and more. Based on our preliminary coverage modeling, we estimate that this HIE has the potential to be one of the three largest HIEs among the 20+ HIEs in the EHR+ network.

The HIE will utilize one of our standard implementation models, enabling frictionless, near-instant record retrieval with a targeted go-live date in mid-Q1 2024.

Why it matters

HIEs represent important primary and secondary sources of digital health data within our EHR+ network. At this time, we expect ~25% overlap between our new HIE partner and our existing EHR connections. As a result, this HIE will be a meaningful source of net-new coverage for our clients, providing digital health data not available elsewhere. Where overlaps do exist, we anticipate that this HIE will offer higher fulfillment rates and/or faster turnaround times on a significant percentage of cases.

About Clareto

Clareto, a Munich Re company, operates the largest healthcare interoperability network purpose-built for superior risk assessment via authorization-based disclosures. With connections to EHRs, HIEs, and other sources covering >70% of the US population, Clareto enables access to digital health data to transform underwriting, claims, and other business processes for the life insurance industry. The company’s EHR+ network offers a frictionless experience with no consumer involvement required, smart record retrieval to maximize protective value, algorithm-ready data for enhanced usability, and an open partner ecosystem featuring integrations with complementary solutions and services.

Clareto is a wholly owned subsidiary of Munich Re Life US, one of the leading life reinsurers in the United States. Through its partnership with Munich Re Life US, Clareto aims to provide life insurers with a new set of solutions that assist in the digitization of underwriting processes — driving quicker decisions, greater policyholder satisfaction, and new business growth.

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