HealthIT.gov April 17, 2024
Scott Bohon and Ashley Hain

There has been significant progress in interoperability among providers for treatment purposes, and while there is still considerable work to do, we now need to broaden our scope to also focus on payer-provider interoperability. The Interoperability Rules finalized by our colleagues at CMS have laid down important cornerstones, and we at ONC are continuing to explore complementary infrastructure and policies to advance those efforts.

In our previous blog post, Unveiling Inferno Testing Support for Payer Data Exchange API Standards, we shared that voluntary tests for standards-based APIs focused on accessing payer drug formulary information, insurance plan network directory information, and consumer access to digital health information had been made available. Today we are thrilled to announce the release of our...

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Topics: CMS, Govt Agencies, Health IT, HIE (Interoperability), ONC, Provider, Technology
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