CORE

Section: Event CAQH CORE
Join the CAQH CORE team for an update of current and ongoing initiatives to deliver administrative efficiency and value to the healthcare industry. Topics will include:    A demonstration of the new...
Section: Event CAQH CORE
The ASC X12N Health Care Services Review – Request for Review and Response (278) is a paired transaction set. This transaction set is also known informally by other names, such as Referral or Prior...
Section: CORE
Coming in Spring 2020 CAQH CORE has restructured its operating rules from phase-based rule sets to rule sets based on business transactions.  Opportunities: Creates a flexible framework for adding...
Section: Event CAQH CORE
Register for this webinar to understand how pursuing CORE Certification can ensure your alignment with the CAQH CORE Operating Rules, many of which are federally mandated. Highlights will include...
Section: Event CAQH CORE
CAQH CORE will provide an update on its 2020 goals and its ongoing initiatives to deliver administrative efficiency and value to the healthcare industry. Topics will include:    An update on the...
Section: Event CAQH CORE
CAQH CORE Participating Organizations are invited to join CAQH CORE leadership for a discussion on 2020 goals and priority initiatives. Topics covered will include:    An update on the status of the...
Section: CORE
Over the years, healthcare industry stakeholders have implemented a multitude of methods connecting applications, systems and networks to exchange administrative and clinical healthcare data. This...
Section: CORE
As the national operating rule author, CAQH CORE strives to improve the efficiency, accuracy, and effectiveness of industry-driven business transactions by working on priority topics.  Additional...
Section: Event CAQH CORE
Plan to Cast Your Vote: The CAQH CORE Phase IV Work Group recently passed a ballot approving updates to the Phase IV 278 Infrastructure Rule. The next step in the CAQH CORE voting process is the...
Section: CORE
Healthcare leaders have long worked to more closely align administrative and clinical systems. While many believe the capacity for greater interoperability is now within reach, data in clinical and...

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