Healthcare IT News September 21, 2021
Mike Miliard

As ONC’s recognized coordinating entity for TEFCA, the interoperability group is seeking stakeholder response on the data elements as it develops new exchange guidelines.

The Sequoia Project on Monday released its new elements for the Common Agreement, another step in developing its “rules of the road” for trusted health data exchange.

The Elements of the Common Agreement (PDF) are being made available for stakeholder feedback, according to the Sequoia Project, which is ONC’s recognized coordinating entity for the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, or TEFCA – which is meant to “provide a single ‘on-ramp‘ to nationwide connectivity,” according to ONC.

The Common Agreement half of that roadmap – to mix a metaphor – would set the infrastructure model and...

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