Peoplechart Key Projects and Clients

Our partnerships

Partners HealthCare System (PHS) and Peoplechart entered into a service contract in 2007. PHS will use a customized version of the Peoplechart Personal Health Record application to serve members of Partners Premiere, a membership-based personal health education and assistance program for international individuals and families.

Peoplechart Corporation in collaboration with the American College of Cardiology ACC) designed and developed the CardioSmart Health Tracker (tool) to enable patients and physicians to work together in the management of hypertension based on ACC-approved clinical guidelines.

Peoplechart has been selected to participate in a study led by the University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC) that aims to improve quality, outcome, and reduce the cost of hospitalizations, including readmissions. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovations (CMMI) awarded over $6 Million in funding for the 3-year project.

As of year end 2007, the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii launched a Chronic Kidney Disease initiative to provide Peoplechart Personal Health Records (PHR) applications and services to kidney patients, transplant recipients, and organ donors in an effort to improve coordination of medical care, prevention rates, disease management, and overall healthcare cost.

PHR for surgeons, case managers of kidney transplant center and for organ donors/recipients to use before, during and post transplantation.

Queen's Medical Center, Women's Health (Hawaii) – PHR for diagnosed Breast Cancer patients and their physicians to use for ensuring quality of care between inpatient and outpatient facilities (grant funded by Queen Emma Research Foundation)

PHR for use by Benjamin Rose nurses and case managers to coordinate care for their older adult clients with mental health problems.

Peoplechart is currently working with the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), the nation's largest cross-disability membership organization, to assist us in making our website accessible to people with disabilities.