You might be able to, kind of. Relies on having G.Home or Alexa.
What I've done is as follows.
I have a Shartlife Zigbee Hub and some older WiFi Shartlife bulbs. Since my Google home can see my (Hubitat) sockets etc and it can see my (Shartlife) WiFi bulbs I can use G.Home as a network layer so I can have Hubitat talk to Shartlife via G.Home (or Alexa if its remotely usable, mine has gone bloody bonkers).
It all depends on what you want to do. One old bulb is ruled in G.Home to turn on red or yellow. Red when the Hubitat socket controlling the heating in Priscas room is on, yellow for the Hubitat heating in the other part of the flat. Another indicates if Prisca is basking. The other two are Immersion on and Prisca humidity level. So you have hubitat device > G.Home > G.Home automation(s) > Shartlife WiFi bulb.
Its kind of like a HA version of the TCP/IP protocol suite...
All the items and protocols in level one, compatible with level two, can't necessarily talk directly with level one (my zigbee bulbs being on the zigbee hub, as are the RF/IR controller etc and they can't communicate directly with the Hubitat) but they can interact with each other via level two (under the abilities provided by level two, ie you can't get a hubitat automation to run under G.Home).
It isn't exactly pretty but then neither is TCP/IP exactly - but they work. How the idea would scale to a huge system I don't know but it saves chucking old stuff out, you can use it for simple telltales and indicators on high current draw devices or doors/windows being open etc..
It will go both ways or multiple ways depending on what systems you have rigged that can talk to G.Home or Alexa. If they can you can use them as a networking hypervisor.