Stanford, Mayo + more join Epic's interoperability pledge

Leading health systems from across the country such as Stanford Health Care and Mayo Clinic have pledged to use Epic's software to share health information with the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement. 

Under the agreement, the health systems will join TEFCA, a health information exchange framework that is a part of the 21st Century Cures Act, according to a May 22 press release from Epic. Passed in 2016, the act aims to establish a nationwide EHR exchange.

Here are the health systems, hospitals and healthcare organizations joining TEFCA:

  • Alameda Health System (Oakland, Calif.)
  • Baptist Health (Louisville)
  • Cedars-Sinai (Los Angeles)
  • Contra Costa Health (Martinez, Calif.)
  • Guthrie (Sayre, Pa.)
  • Hawaii Pacific Health (Honolulu)
  • Houston Methodist
  • Johns Hopkins Medicine (Baltimore)
  • Kaiser Permanente (Oakland, Calif.)
  • KeyCare (Chicago)
  • Legacy Health (Portland, Ore.)
  • Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.)
  • MetroHealth (Cleveland)
  • Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor)
  • Mount Sinai Health System (New York City)
  • NYU Langone Health (New York City)
  • OCHIN (Portland, Ore.)
  • Pediatric Physicians' Organization at Children's (Boston)
  • Rush University Medical Center (Chicago)
  • Stanford Health Care (Palo Alto, Calif.)
  • UC Davis Health (Sacramento, Calif.)
  • Weill Cornell Medicine (New York City)
  • Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health

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