New CAQH directory lists FHIR endpoints, 3rd party apps to help with CMS interoperability rule compliance

With new Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services regulations impacting information sharing for health plans going into effect this year and next, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare recently unveiled its CAQH Endpoint Directory to help payers with compliance.

CAQH has partnered with EHNAC, the standards development group, will soon provide incentives for directory participants to become “accredited to demonstrate their technical, privacy and security credentials to engage in a FHIR API ecosystem,” it says.

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