Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission Releases New HIPAA-Compliant Guidelines

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The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission has announced the release of revised program criteria in light of the impending HIPAA omnibus rule.

The standards development organization and accreditation body has adopted the new criteria into the following EHNAC programs:

    • ePAP — e-Prescribing Accreditation Program (V6.5)
    • EPCSCP-Pharmacy — Electronic Prescription of Controlled Substances
            Certification Program — Pharmacy Vendor1 (V1.1)
    • EPCSCP-Prescribing — Electronic Prescription of Controlled Substances
            Certification Program — Prescribing Vendor1 (V1.1)
    • FSAP-EHN — Financial Services Accreditation Program for Electronic
            Health Networks (V2.5)
    • FSAP-Lockbox — Financial Services Accreditation Program for Lockbox
            Services (V2.5)
    • HIEAP — Health Information Exchange Accreditation Program (V1.3)
    • HNAP-EHN — Healthcare Network Accreditation Program for Electronic
            Health Networks [Includes Payer] (V10.5)
    • HNAP-Medical Biller — Healthcare Network Accreditation Program for
            Medical Billers (V1.4)
    • HNAP-TPA — Healthcare Network Accreditation Program for Third Party Administrators (V1.4)
    • MSOAP — Management Service Organization Accreditation Program (V1.3)
    • OSAP — Outsourced Services Accreditation Program2 (V1.4)
    • OSAP-HIE — Outsourced Services Accreditation Program for Health
            Information Exchange Services (V1.3)
    • DTAAP-HISP (NEW) — Direct Trusted Agent Accreditation Program for
            Health Information Service Providers (V1.0 )
    • DTAAP-CA (NEW) — Direct Trusted Agent Accreditation Program for
            Certificate Authorities (V1.0)
    • DTAAP-RA (NEW) — Direct Trusted Agent Accreditation Program for
            Registration Authorities (V1.0)

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