CMS PATIENT ACCESS API CERTIFICATION
Digital HIE offer iX Payer Solution enables CMS Patient Access Rule Compliance for Payers. To be Part of the Connected Healthcare, use iX Payer Solution and consolidate, curate, and de-silo your healthcare data to create a new standards-based centralized Member Data Repository (MDR) – MDR is your authoritative source of member data including new and existing clinical, claims, and other member relevant data. The MDR is populated with member data from internal member databases and external data sources such as providers, pharmacies, labs, wearable devices, etc. iX Payer Solution is certified for the following capabilities:
- CMS Payer and Patient Access FHIR API Certification
- Patient Access API – US Drug Formulary
- Patient Access API – Patient Clinical Data
- Patient Access API – Claims and Encounter Data
- Provider Directory API
- Bulk Data Export API
21ST CENTURY CURES ACT G(10) CERTIFICATION
We offers iX EHR Solution to enable Cure Act compliance and certification for single or multi-tenant EHR software. iX EHR Solution bolts-on to the EHR software to seamlessly augment its capabilities including:
- Certified FHIR Façade and FHIR Server APIs
- SMART on FHIR AP
- Single or multi-patient (Bulk) API
- Single and Multi-tenant Support
- Authorization Services
- Auditing Services
- Data Mapping and Transformation
- Time Synchronization
All these capabilities seamlessly integrate with the EHR system without requiring any heavy lifting or development effort by the EHR software vendor. iX EHR Solution is based on the mandated US Core Data for interoperability (USCDI). Once the iX EHR Solution is integrated, configured, and tested, the Digital HIE team will support the certification testing of the EHR software.
The Mandatory Disclosure statement of costs and any additional transparency information for our certified product(s) is posted as required by Cures Act g(10) certification requirements.
REAL WORLD TESTING
As part of the Conditions and Maintenance of Certification introduced with the 21st Century Cures Act Final Rule, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) adopted an annual requirement for developers of certified health IT to demonstrate the successful interoperability of their certified software in real world use. Real World Testing is demonstrated through annual Real World Testing plans outlining how the certified developer will be demonstrating the successful interoperability for each pertinent certified capability, and corresponding Real World Testing results.