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Prince George’s County Health Department

The Prince George’s County Health Department (PGCHD) Team was awarded a SAMHSA-funded Consent2Share pilot project. The PGCHD Team worked with SAMHSA, FEi Systems, and Abt Associates to pilot the implementation of the Consent2Share solution in a real world environment. The PGCHD Consent2Share pilot:

  • Established the success of Consent2Share in a production environment
  • Enabled sharing of data protected by 42 CFR Part 2
  • Demonstrated how patients can establish preferences as to what information is shared and with whom

Arizona Health-e Connection (AzHeC)

FEi Systems worked with the Arizona Health-e Connection (AzHeC) to implement Consent2Share within three Arizona-based behavioral health organizations—Valle del Sol, Southwest Behavioral & Health Services, and Maricopa County Correction Health Services. The goal of this SAMHSA-funded project was to securely share patient information related to the opioid treatment programs (OTP) so that patients could continue their OTP involvement without interruption. This project provided a proof of concept to the medication-assisted treatment field, behavioral health providers, and technology developers.


FEi Systems is working with CORHIO to implement Consent2Share in support an Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) Advance Interoperable Health Information Technology Services grant. Consent2Share will provide the consent management platform for this demonstration project, enabling the sharing encounter-based CCDs containing mental health and/or substance abuse treatment data from a behavioral health organization with the rest of the care community based on the patient’s consent decisions.

Seattle, Washington

Through a partnership with Electronic Health Network, Inc., FEi Systems will provide technical assistance and consulting for a Consent2Share implementation in Seattle, Washington.  The project’s goals are to enable sharing of data protected by 42 CFR Part 2 and demonstrate the importance of electronic consent management within an HIE.