Health Information Exchanges
HIEAP assesses your health information and oversight for meeting healthcare reform and privacy and security regulations. The accreditation program will also focus on technical performance, business processes, and resource management. In the process of a thorough, objective HIEAP evaluation, your organization will discover ways to improve efficiency, elevate quality of service, and keep up-to-date with current marketplace trends.
Building trust is critical to the success of any HIE/HIO. HIEAP accreditation provides recognized third-party oversight for enhancing trust for your healthcare community.
*EHNAC offers two accreditation programs related to Health Information Exchanges. 1.) HIEAP is designed for the exchanges themselves; 2.) OSAP-HIE is for HIE technology providers. While the programs are similar, HIEAP includes criteria related to their governance structure, how they administer their HIE to a region or community, HIE-specific government requirements, etc.
Here’s what a couple HIE-accredited organizations recently said about the program:
-Doreen Espinoza, Chief Business Development and Privacy Officer, Utah Health Information Network
-Cheryl Stephens, PhD, President and CEO, Community Health Information Collaborative