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DirectAssure 2.0 Feature Comparison

Recent releases have included features that enable participating organizations to:

  • Meet directory requirements in the Federal "No Surprises Act"
  • Comply with state requirements related to race, ethnicity and language and other    updates
  • Enhance cultural competency and provide directory information of interest to diverse and underserved communities
  • More efficiently and accurately manage data

If your organization is using DirectAssure 1.0, you are receiving basic features to meet regulatory requirements:

Maintaining High Quality Credentialing Amid The Great Resignation

As a result of COVID-19, and the strain the pandemic has put on healthcare providers, unprecedented numbers of clinicians are leaving their practices–or healthcare altogether.

For health plans, this high level of turnover could have significant consequences for the size and quality of their provider network–as well as their ability to maintain an accurate provider directory.

Current Initiatives for CAQH CORE Participants

CAQH CORE Participating Organizations help ensure that operating rules continue to meet evolving business needs, by engaging in the rule development process and maintenance of existing operating rules. Work groups are open to all CAQH CORE Participating Organizations, and multiple individuals from the same Participating Organization may join. Because each organization has only one vote, participants collaborate with their colleagues to submit an organizational-level response during voting periods.