ADT (Admit/Discharge/Transfer) Integration with myUnity/Netsmart
MyUnity sends FullCount an HL7 message when an event is generated within their system. Upon receiving the message from myUnity, FullCount automatically processes the information. If the resident does not exist, a new resident is created. If the resident does exist, the system will update the record with any updated information. If the resident has been discharged, the system will end date the resident and all accounts.
- A01 - Admission
- A02 - Transfer
- A03 - Discharge
- A08 - Update
- A11 - Cancel Admission
FullCount will populate the following information from myUnity.
- First and Last Name
- Billing ID
- Charge Account
- Customer Type
- Effective Start Date
- Effective End Date (when applicable)
- Portal Username (when applicable)
- Portal Password (when applicable)
- Meal plans can be populated if there are rules that can be derived from the data received.
- Report groups can be populated if there are rules that can be derived from the data received.
The following information is not received by FullCount and must be maintained separately.
- Custom Fields that are not birthday
- Meal plans that do not have rules associated with them (resident choice)
Manual changes can be made to resident information. However, if that information is maintained in myUnity, the manual change may be overwritten the next time a message is received. The manual changes that will not be automatically updated will depend on how the integration is configured.
New residents, along with any other updates, will appear in FullCount no later than 5 minutes after the information has been sent from myUnity.
If a plan has rules that can be configured by the system, FullCount can automatically assign a shared plan to residents who share the same apartment. This can be configured on a plan-by-plan basis.
Changes made to residents in FullCount can be viewed on each resident’s record in FullCount.
No. Changes to resident information made in FullCount will not appear in myUnity.
When the integration is turned on, changes to resident information will start occurring in FullCount. This can be verified by searching for new residents, confirming discharged residents have been end-dated, etc.
Yes, over 30 communities are currently integrating data from myUnity into FullCount.
Yes, an additional FullCount work order will need to be signed by the customer for any myUnity integrations. The community will need to reach out to their Client Alignment Executive (CAE) to begin the sales process at NetSmart, if they have not completed a contract. They will need to have a statement of work (SOW) for the subscription completed.
There is an initial, one-time setup charge of $2,000 and a $100 monthly fee per community.