In 2013, the Florida Legislature funded an opportunity for the Department of Children and Families to procure a patient centered, internet based personal health record system for foster children. This personal health record system will allow youth and caregivers direct access of various health documents and information, to provide the youth and caregivers easy, portable access to the youth’s records. My JumpVault, which is already in use in a Florida CBC, was selected as the Electronic Personal Health Record system for the children in Florida’s system of care.
My JumpVault is an intuitive, youth envisioned web application developed under the direction of a group of young adults in the Florida foster care system. My JumpVault was developed as a tool to provide foster youth a secure place to easily upload, store and manage the vital information that life requires, including important health, education and employment documentation. My JumpVault will automatically populate information from the Florida Safe Families Network (Florida's Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System - SACWIS) and the Sunshine Health data warehouse to provide information to users.
My JumpVault utilizes the State of Florida's SACWIS reports to automatically generate user accounts for youth, caregivers and case managers. It also uses the data feed to assign and udated the youth to caregivers and case managers as appropriate. In addition, My JumpVault automatically pulls information from the state's child welfare health system to populate Health Risk Assessments and Primary Care Physician intormation. The State of Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration provides daily data runs which populates My JumpVault with they youth's prescription information.