Health Payer Intelligence October 28, 2020
Kelsey Waddill

The CAQH directory may support interoperability rule compliance by testing endpoints in advance and allowing payers and vendors to quickly access each others’ information.

As payers and vendors scramble to comply with the interoperability rule, various nonprofits seek to streamline this interoperability process with innovative solutions, such as CAQH’s upcoming directory.

Streamlining is crucial given the hefty number of individual connections that the interoperability rule will require, according to April Todd, senior vice president of Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (CORE) and explorations for CAQH.

“Putting the ability in patient’s hands to get more of their healthcare data creates the need for a very large number of organizations to connect with each other,” Todd explained to HealthPayerIntelligence.


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