- Government Agencies
- Data Sharing Networks
- Behavioral Health
- Acute Care
- Long-term Care
- Hospice and Home Care
- Public Health
- Standards Development Organizations
- EMS Services
Carequality Interoperability Framework Adopters
These organizations have agreed to provide health information exchange services for their customers under the comprehensive Carequality Interoperability Framework, which consists of legal terms, policy requirements, technical specifications, and governance processes. The Framework is an operationalization of the groundbreaking Principles of Trust to enable nationwide health information exchange.
The implementers of the Carequality Interoperability Framework – and their clients – benefit from accelerated, less costly health data sharing agreements, because they no longer need to develop one-off legal agreements between individual data sharing partners. These health information exchange partnerships are able to leverage existing networks and business relationships to rapidly expand. For example, most physicians already have access to a small network through a technology vendor or a health information exchange (HIE). These existing health data sharing opportunities dramatically expand to include additional providers, payers, government agencies, and others as the Carequality community grows.