Health Alert Network – Powered by Juvare Exchange

High-volume mass notifications and alerts anytime, anywhere. Get notifications to intended audiences fast with this highly configurable health alert network.

Volunteer Registration and Credentialing

Compliance With Volunteer Standards

Share Urgent Information With Real-Time Alerts

mass notification dashboard

State-of-the-Art Mass Notification

Advanced 2-way notification sends thousands of messages per hour via phone, SMS, Fax and email. Message setup takes less than 90 seconds to complete and allows users to sign up for notifications. CORES HAN also supports IPAWS, the nation’s alert system, providing public safety officials with an effective way to warn the public regarding emergencies.

Secure and Flexible Communications

Complete closed-loop communications with audit trail. Track mass notifications, including recipients, devices contacted, responses selected, notification time, and more. Highly configurable and easy to customize log-in page, URL and other public-facing pages.

mass notifications configurable dashboard
mass notifications list and configurable dashboard

Portal Customization to Meet Your Needs

Highly configurable look and feel for tiered organizations. Customize your CORES HAN portal, including log-in page, URL and other public-facing pages. Juvare can collect the registration information according to your guidelines for both medical and non-medical volunteers.

Access All Files from One Location

Use the permission-controlled document library to access files and arrange in an easy-to-view hierarchy. The document library has all commonly used features of Microsoft’s SharePoint, making it easy to quickly view and download files based on user permissions.

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PHIN-Compliant dashboard

Deliver PHIN-Compliant Mass Notifications

The Public Health Information Network (PHIN) helps standardize how federal, state and local jurisdictions securely exchange public health data in real time. Notify and engage facilities 24/7 of emergency medical response operations, mass casualty support, missing persons, bed and resource availability and surge surveillance.

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