New Cross-Specialty Taskforce to Tackle the Next Level in Interoperability for Provider-Payer Exchanges

Secure Exchange Solutions.

The group welcomes participants from all areas, including care providers, EMR and pharmacy system vendors, payers, government entities, pharmacy, consumer applications, and DME suppliers.

Secure Exchange Solutions, the leading independent health information services provider, today announced the formation of a cross-specialty Innovation Messaging Group Taskforce to set industry standards for transactions and communications to support the complex clinical data exchanges that take place between providers and plans. This next level of structured formats will contribute to improved workflows for providers, plans, and suppliers by streamlining the acquisition of provider digital signatures and the exchange of clinical documentation needed to support orders, pre- and post-claim needs.

Providers today spend too much time on processes which are largely manual, slow and costly to exchange documentation with plans. The need for more efficient communications with plans will only grow in the coming years with the increase in complexity and frequency of clinical data exchanges. Industry groups today define guidelines for health record exchange and e-prescribing but there are no agreed-upon standards for how plans request and receive clinical documents to support these complex workflows. Leading the taskforce is Secure Exchange Solutions CEO Dan Kazzaz, the former Chairman, and current Board Member of X12, a 20+ year healthcare IT veteran, and a longtime champion of standards and interoperability in healthcare information exchange.

Mr. Kazzaz will be joined by Mr. Troy Aswege from Noridian Healthcare Solutions and Mr. Nathan Apter from Medforce Techologies, Inc., thought leaders in the development of…

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