16 Healthcare Organizations Commit to Joining Health Gorilla’s Qualified Health Information Network Once Designated

Health Gorilla has announced that 16 healthcare organizations have committed to join its candidate Qualified Health Information Network (QHIN) to participate in the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT’s (ONC) Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA). 

The committed organizations include: 

Health Gorilla’s committed network participants represent a diverse group of organizations, including payers, providers, EHRs, digital health organizations, diagnostic labs, and specialty pharmacies. By committing to Health Gorilla’s candidate QHIN, these organizations intend to participate in national health information sharing with a federally endorsed framework that allows for secure and compliant data exchange.

“We’re thrilled to name a diverse group of leading organizations that intend to participate in our candidate Qualified Health Information Network,” said Steve Yaskin, CEO & Co-founder of Health Gorilla. “These commitments demonstrate that many different kinds of healthcare organizations see the value in TEFCA, and we look forward to onboarding them to a modern, federally endorsed data sharing framework once Health Gorilla is designated a QHIN.”

“Having stable access to comprehensive patient data is critical for our organization to provide high quality care, and relying on federally-endorsed networks offers real confidence around the privacy and security of the data we exchange,” said Ishraf Ahmad, Head of Product – Clinic at Virta Health. “We look forward to participating in Health Gorilla’s QHIN once designated.”

Health Gorilla’s candidate QHIN will support responding for all TEFCA exchange purposes, including treatment, individual access services, payment, operations, public health, and government benefits determination. 

Health Gorilla will be sharing more details on its QHIN candidacy and the value of TEFCA at the annual HLTH Conference from October 8-11, 2023. Click here to request a demo at Health Gorilla’s booth #3029.