ICD10monitor June 12, 2024
Adam Brenman

EDITOR’S NOTE: In an earlier version of this article, which has since been corrected, two inaccuracies were noted. TEFCA was introduced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) not the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and TEFCA does not certify QHINs, but rather conducts evaluations. RACmonitor apologizes for the errors.

I recently saw a notable update on the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement or TEFCA, a federal program intended to improve health data interoperability across the healthcare industry.

It made me think about how quickly healthcare interoperability is advancing.

Interoperability touches nearly all stakeholders in the industry, most especially providers, and TEFCA’s nearly weekly developments are...

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