Costs for electronic processing have decreased as costs for manual and partially electronic transactions have increased, resulting in opportunities for future savings.
CAQH CORE, a multi-stakeholder organization representing a broad spectrum of health plans, providers, vendors and government entities, today released new operating rules for patient attribution data exchange and an update to existing connectivity rules.
CAQH today announced the development of a centralized directory of validated payer FHIR endpoints and third-party applications. This solution will simplify how healthcare organizations and app developers connect with each other to help consumers access and transfer their healthcare information.
The CAQH CORE Report on Attachments: A Bridge to a Fully Automated Future to Share Medical Documentation, examines the challenges associated with the exchange of medical information and supplemental documentation used for healthcare administrative transactions. The report identifies five areas to improve processes and accelerate the adoption of electronic attachments.
The American Dental Association and CAQH are working together to make it easier for dentists to enter and share their professional and practice data with dental plans.