VA, Indian Health Service earn DirectTrust accreditation

The Department of Veterans Affairs and the Indian Health Service are the first federal agencies to receive accreditation by DirectTrust. The agencies now can use the DirectTrust health data exchange platform. Both received accreditation from DirectTrust and the Electronic Health Care Network Accreditation Commission.

DirectTrust is a non-profit industry alliance comprised of 150 organizations created to promote secure interoperable data exchange. It includes over 40,000 health care organization participants and 760,000 Direct addresses/accounts. Announcement

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