Improve your user’s experience through the power of complex health data.
How it Works: Members of participating insurers can authorize apps to access their health data. Authorization is performed via a SMART on FHIR O-Auth Launcher. Once the member is registered to your application, their health data will be made accessible to your application. This service is provided as is, and does not constitute a guarantee that individuals will choose to authorize your application. Our solution is designed to support that the consumer’s right to choose.
Like other consumer app stores, Change Healthcare App Registry will display individual product pages on which users can learn about an application and access details. The following information will be included on the application’s product page.
We currently do not store images. Please share a secure link to your icon.
Icon Format: PNG
File Size: Max. 1mb
Resolution: 180px * 180px
Dimensions: Square (no rounded corners)
Your app’s subtitle is intended to summarize your app in a concise phrase. Consider using this phrase, rather than your app’s name, to explain the value of your app in greater detail.
Provide an engaging description that highlights the features and functionality of your app.
Character Limit: 500
Please enter a secure URL to the application’s website homepage.
To help save users a click, please provide a link to the sign-in workflow for your application.
Please enter a secure URL for the application’s terms and conditions.
Like other consumer app stores, Change Healthcare will display images of your app. Please add up to 3 links for your product images.
Image Format: PNG
File Size: Max. 1mb
Resolution: 1280px x 800px
Dimensions: 16:10 aspect ratio
Please include an email address application users can contact should they need help.
Please list the domain URL(s) that will be accessing the Interoperability APIs so that they are allowed access (CORS). This setting is needed for web applications or hybrid mobile applications that will be making direct requests to the Interoperability APIs. Comma-separated for multiple URLs.
The following company information will be displayed on your application’s product page.
Please select all applicable categories of health data you intend to collect from consumers. This information will be displayed to promote transparency and trust with consumers.
Note: These health categories have been defined by the United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI).
Represents harmful or undesirable physiological response associated with exposure to a substance.
Represents a health professional’s conclusions and working assumptions that will guide treatment of the patient.
The specific person(s) who participate or are expected to participate in the care team.
This resource provides the claim details; adjudication details from the processing of a Claim; and optionally account balance information, for informing the subscriber of the benefits provided.
Composed of both structured (i.e. obtained via pick-list and/or check the box) and unstructured (free text) data. A clinical note may include the history, Review of Systems (ROS), physical data, assessment, diagnosis, plan of care and evaluation of plan, patient teaching and other relevant data points.
An expressed desired health state to be achieved by a subject of care (or family/group) over a period of time or at a specific point of time
Health related matter that is of interest, importance, or worry to someone who may be the patient, patient’s family or patient’s health care provider.
Record of an administration of a vaccination or a record of a vaccination as reported by a patient, a clinician, or another party.
Test, Values, Results
Medications and Prescriptions
Name, Date of Birth, Ethnicity, Contact Information, Preferred Language, etc.
Information about a condition, diagnosis, or other event, situation, issue, or clinical concept that is documented.
An activity that is performed with or on a patient as part of the provision of care.
The metadata, or extra information about data, that can help answer questions such as when and who created the data.
Classification of a patient’s smoking behavior.
A unique numeric or alphanumeric code that consists of a device identifier (DI) and a production identifier (PI).
Physiologic measurements of a patient that indicate the status of the body’s life sustaining functions.
Please provide a brief description outlining the benefits a consumer may receive by providing their health data to your application.
Please note, your response will be recorded in the App Registry.
Do you attest that your application does not currently have, and that you will keep your application free from, the vulnerabilities included in the OWASP Top 10?
Do you attest that you will follow the principles specified in the CARIN Code of Conduct in your terms and conditions and privacy practices?
In order to finalize registration, Change Healthcare must confirm consent by the application owner or other qualified administrator. Please provide the contact information of the appropriate party we may contact.
Please answer the security question below: