Health Payer Intelligence May 17, 2021
Kelsey Waddill

Payer interoperability compliance is challenging even with the extended timeline, but a newly released endpoint directory aims to enable necessary payer-vendor connections.

CAQH has officially launched the CAQH Endpoint Directory to support payers with interoperability compliance as they prepare for approaching deadlines in 2021 and 2022.

“The need for the endpoint directory was a barrier to scale that the ONC FAST group had identified,” April Todd, senior vice president of the Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (CORE) and explorations at the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH), explained.

“Given the position we’re at in the industry, with the connections that we have with plans and providers, we thought that we could fill this space quite nicely by helping to...

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