The eHealth Exchange introduced on Thursday that CRISP Shared Solutions intends to be the initially participant in its planned Experienced Wellbeing Data Community as element of ONC’s Trustworthy Trade Framework and Typical Arrangement.

WHY IT Issues
CRISP Shared Products and services is a nonprofit wellness facts utility that delivers engineering and infrastructure for 5 statewide nonprofit health and fitness information and facts exchange companies:

  • CRISP, the state-designated HIE for Maryland

  • West Virginia Overall health Data Network

  • CRISP DC, the selected HIE serving the District of Columbia

  • Connie, Connecticut’s formal HIE

  • healtheConnect Alaska

Outside of like CRISP as its very first QHIN participant, eHealth Exchange states it will be perfectly positioned for TEFCA participation when the software period opens this tumble, supplied its prolonged encounter supporting data trade throughout a community including 5 federal organizations, 64 regional or condition HIEs, 75% of all U.S. hospitals and extra than 30 various EHRs.

THE Bigger Pattern
The roster of prepared QHIN applicants is developing.

In June, Epic declared its strategies to be a qualified community for TEFCA, giving its 2,000 hospitals and 45,000 clinics the skill to take part in the nationwide interoperability framework.

And just this week, NextGen said it would be the initial ambulatory IT seller to use as a QHIN beneath the TEFCA design.

ON THE History
“eHealth Trade has prolonged been a cornerstone of CRISP Shared Services’ potential to share information with businesses throughout the area, point out and state, which include with the federal governing administration,” said Brandon Neiswender, performing CEO for CRISP Shared Solutions, in a assertion.

“Provided its long record advancing interoperability and advocating for clients, we know eHealth Trade will be the proper spouse to support us navigate this subsequent phase in nationwide details sharing,” he mentioned.

“The eHealth Exchange is thrilled that CRISP Shared Services is moving forward with TEFCA participation by means of our to-be-selected QHIN,” extra Jay Nakashima, government director of eHealth Exchange.

“We are diligently getting ready to be a QHIN on behalf of users such as CRISP Shared Companies. This will give a seamless practical experience for the companies coming ahead with intentions to participate in this federally endorsed framework for patient knowledge sharing.

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