HealthLX & Verinovum Partner to Integrate Data Quality Assessment and Improvement with FHIR Solutions for Interoperability Compliance
HealthLX announced today that it has formalized a technology partnership with Verinovum to help payers integrate data quality assessment and improvement into their FHIR-based solutions for compliance with the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access final rule. Health plans in the United States are required to enable member access to their records by July 1, 2021 or risk enforcement actions.
“Payers are turning to us for a compliance strategy. We’re helping them meet their needs and looking beyond to find ways to make interoperability a strategic advantage for them,” said Will Tesch, CEO of HealthLX. ”Data quality assurance is an essential driver for this goal, and we’re very pleased to partner with Verinovum, a market leader in clinical data curation and enrichment. Our partnership connects Verinovum’s innovative data quality assurance technology with the HealthLX FHIR platform and solves data quality challenges for payers as they work to achieve compliance.”
“HealthLX understands that interoperability isn’t just about checking the access to data and exchange of data compliance boxes. Of equal importance is utilizing data in achieving a healthcare organization’s strategic goals and objectives,” said Bruce Leyton, Vice President of Business Development at Verinovum. “The combination of healthcare industry veterans delivering a robust platform and services for data interoperability is a big win for the companies HealthLX and Verinovum serve.”
HealthLX is a pioneer in solving clinical data integration challenges through leading-edge technology. Its FHIR Enterprise platform provides payers with a comprehensive solution for compliance with the mandated FHIR standard without the need to build custom solutions or replace legacy systems. Through its role as a founding and active member of the Da Vinci Project, HealthLX has been deeply involved in the development of workflows to solve compliance and interoperability challenges.
Read the full press release here.