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Understanding the Landscape of QHIN Connections

Aug 26, 2024
1:00 pm EDT
Presented by Surescripts 2022
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About This Webinar

The landscape for interoperability in health care is changing dramatically with the introduction of Qualified Health Information Network™ (QHIN™) connections. Surescripts Health Information Network LLC™, a subsidiary of Surescripts®, has advanced to the Pre-Production Testing and Project Plan Completion phase as a candidate QHIN. We will explore the topic of QHIN connections, what this new interoperability framework is, learn more about TEFCA™ (the Trusted Exchange Framework & Common Agreement™) and review the basics of what QHIN participation could look like.

Hear how to best leverage connectivity to TEFCA™ and choose a Qualified Health Information Network™ (QHIN™) to increase patient safety, lower costs and ensure quality care. Learn about the benefits of connecting, the types of data that can be exchanged, the information your organization must contribute and the steps organizations must take before they decide to join a QHIN.

QHIN and TEFCA™ are registered trademarks of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC).

Attendees Will Learn About

  • The purpose of TEFCA™ and QHINs™
  • Determining the value of becoming a QHIN participant
  • Evaluating data standards and security provisions of QHIN connectivity
  • Starting to prepare your organization for QHIN readiness


Justin McMartin

Product Manager


Justin McMartin is a Product Manager on the Clinical Interoperability team at Surescripts, focusing on expanding the impact of our clinical history solutions, Care Event Notifications, Record Locator & Exchange and Clinical Direct Messaging. He has 15 years of experience in health information technology and has served in roles supporting and leading the development, marketing,…

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Rob Headman

Regional Vice President, Health Plan Sales


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