Our increased investments in data security, privacy, and governance led to the approval of our application to become one of the first Qualified Health Information Networks under the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, the federally endorsed framework for national data exchange. With the application approval, we are on track to serve as a national node for secure nationwide health information exchange.
We’re HITRUST R2 certified, which means that we successfully manage cybersecurity risks by exceeding industry-defined information security requirements.
SOC 2 Type 2 is a stamp of approval on our controls relevant to data security, availability, processing, integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.
Complying with applicable health data laws, including HIPAA, is ingrained in our culture, processes, and staff training.
Data privacy and security are fundamental values that drive us forward in our mission to improve outcomes through health data exchange. Data privacy and security are also top priorities in our software development process.
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Our Chief Medical Officer sat down with Healthcare Innovation to discuss new federal initiatives to enable secure health information sharing, including TEFCA and QHINs.