Article highlights:

  • Promote interoperability and patient access to health information, CAQH announced a partnership with the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC) that incentivizes FHIR app developers in the CAQH Endpoint Directory to become accredited through the Trusted Dynamic Registration and Authorization Accreditation Program (TDRAAP).
  • Since there are over 300,000 possible plan and app connections, CAQH created a centralized directory that allows app developers and plans to find and validate these endpoints so they can securely exchange member data.
  • TDRAAP accreditation from EHNAC and UDAP.org, publisher of the Unified Data Access Profiles, establishes an app’s security credentials to ensure health plan confidence in patient data sharing. CAQH and EHNAC are lowering the accreditation cost to developers that participate in the CAQH Endpoint Directory with the intent to encourage app developers to attain TDRAAP accreditation.

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