Treatment

TEFCA for Providers

Under the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA), the Treatment exchange purpose enables providers to access health records for the provision, coordination, or management of health care services.

Unlock TEFCA exchange and gain participation incentives

As a Participant in Health Gorilla’s QHIN for Treatment, your organization can unlock the following benefits:
  • Capture state and federal incentives for participation in TEFCA exchange
  • Comply with information blocking by responding to Treatment queries
  • Normalize patient data into an organized, longitudinal record
  • Access additional value-add solutions, such as SDOH data and ADT alerts
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A single connection for all your Treatment data needs

Care teams can securely access and exchange clinical records under TEFCA with Health Gorilla’s platform. Get a holistic view of each patient through real-time medical record retrieval.
Real-time record retrieval
Query and retrieve medical records in real-time from TEFCA exchange and other national networks with Health Gorilla.
Data normalization into FHIR
Health Gorilla’s industry-leading platform de-duplicates and normalizes retrieved records into an actionable FHIR format.
A single longitudinal view
Easily monitor patient outcomes and track health trends by viewing lab results, diagnoses, procedures, and medications longitudinally.

Is your organization ready for TEFCA and the CalHHS DxF?

As the nation’s only dual-designated QHIN and QHIO, Health Gorilla helps health care organizations comply with state mandates for data sharing, capture federal regulatory incentives, and share health information under permitted exchange purposes, including treatment.

Secure and trusted

HITRUST R2

We’re HITRUST R2 certified, which means that we successfully manage cybersecurity risks by exceeding industry-defined information security requirements.

SOC 2 Type 2

SOC 2 Type 2 is a stamp of approval on our controls relevant to data security, availability, processing, integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.

HIPAA

Complying with applicable health data laws, including HIPAA, is ingrained in our culture, processes, and staff training.