Healthcare Directed Exchange Gets Big Government Push
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4/26/2013 | 8:51:24 PM
re: Healthcare Directed Exchange Gets Big Government Push
The lack of trust between HISPs is the main problem that I
see here. With DirectTrust coming in and developing some sort of accreditation
program for HISPs, and the government backing that it has, hopefully we can see
HISPs recognizing this accreditation. With HISPs communicating between each
other and their rapid growth, we will have the infrastructure available for
providers to start using HIEs successfully, at least to be able to attest to MU
2 requirements.

Jay Simmons
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