The Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (CORE) is a multi-stakeholder membership group organized and facilitated by CAQH. CORE is responsible for developing operating rules that govern the exchange of information as it relates to administrative data transactions. It is critical to the success of this industry-wide effort to engage stakeholders throughout the healthcare system.

By participating, your organization will have a voice in the development of the operating rules, and will be contributing to an important solution that will address complexity found in the healthcare system today. Please fill out the application and join us today.

We look forward to working with you on this exciting initiative.

For more information on CORE or to inquire about participation in CORE, email:


Time Commitment/Responsibilities

  • Meeting frequency
    • In-person meetings approximately twice per year; may hold conference calls between meetings
  • Skill set
    • Represent your organization’s/stakeholder perspective regarding issues being discussed by CORE
    • Communicate with your organization’s leadership regarding CORE’s status as it impacts your organization and whether/when your organization should adopt/challenge the rules
    • If your organization agrees to adopt the rules, oversee, or gain commitment from your organization to assign someone to the implementation process
    • Assign Work Group members
CORE Work Groups*
  • Member participation is voluntary
  • Meeting frequency
    • During rule writing phase, monthly conference calls and at least one in-person meeting annually
  • Skill set
    • Different for each Work Group

*If an individual is appointed to the CORE Steering Committee or to Chair a CORE Work Group, level of time and resource commitment will increase.

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