Healthcare Finance News June 17, 2024
Susan Morse

AHIP panelist Terry Douglas of Surescripts talks about what this means for payers, providers, pharma and others.

Surescripts subsidiary Surescripts Health Information Network is seeking designation as a Qualified Health Information Network under the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA), according to the company’s director of product marketing Terry Douglas.

Surescripts will be designated by the Office of the National Coordinator to be a hub of data exchange. It will serve as a broker of sorts between providers, payers, pharmaceutical companies and others, to move forward the ONC’s goal of interoperability.

Surescripts Health Information Network recently advanced to the candidate phase in the process of becoming a QHIN.

QHINs make external data available to stakeholders. The data can...

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