MedAllies Successfully Moves to the Next Phase of QHIN Onboarding
MedAllies’ Natural Next Step to Deliver National Interoperability Goals
Today, MedAllies announced the approval of its application to be a Qualified Health Information Network (QHIN) under the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA). As a candidate QHIN, MedAllies must now successfully complete the testing and project plan phase of the onboarding process to be Designated.
As a leading connectivity services company, MedAllies operates multiple national networks supporting interoperability for all healthcare constituents. Its participants include hospitals, health systems, ambulatory provider groups, post-acute and senior living, health information exchanges (HIEs), and consumers.
“We’re honored to be among the initial organizations to have our QHIN application approved,” said A. John Blair, MD, Chief Executive Officer of MedAllies. “With an eye toward usability and technology adoption, we’ve operated multiple national networks for more than a decade. If Designated a QHIN under the TEFCA framework, MedAllies will increase our reach and expand to additional healthcare stakeholder groups to help the country better experience the rewards of true interoperability.”
MedAllies currently connects millions nationally through its Direct and Carequality-enabled Networks. MedAllies focuses on service excellence, message delivery success, and directory accuracy. “We’ve collaborated for many years with other organizations to advance interoperability and believe working with the candidate QHINs to achieve the goals of TEFCA is a natural next step,” states Blair.
Learn more about MedAllies’ connectivity services and path to become a QHIN at www.MedAllies.com/QHIN.