Availity said it earned a CAQHÂ® Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (COREÂ®) Clearinghouse Product Phase III Certification Seal.
This certification includes Availity´s wholly owned subsidiaries RealMed and HeW.
CAQH launched CORE to give providers consistent access to patient coverage information before or at the time of service using the electronic system of their choice for any patient or health plan, effectively reducing administrative burden and costs.
The CORE Seal was awarded after Availity successfully completed voluntary CORE Certification testing well ahead of the January 1, 2016, certification deadline, ensuring it can exchange healthcare Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) and Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA) information in conformance with the Phase III CAQH CORE EFT & ERA Operating Rules and Policies. The CORE Seal also ensures that Availity completed certification of Phase I and Phase II, demonstrating the company´s ability to meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act´s Operating Rules governing ERA and EFT.
As the nation´s largest real-time health information network, Availity´s network extends to more than 900,000 active providers, 2,700 hospitals, 675 vendor partners and all health plans nationwide. Since 2001, Availity has proven to be a trusted intermediary for information exchange between health plans and providers, easing the complexity of moving business and clinical information to health care stakeholders nationwide. Real-time, point-to-point connectivity provides speed and accuracy at the intersection of health care and technology.
As an industry-leading, HITRUST-certified health care information technology company, Availity serves an extensive network of health plans, providers, and technology partners nationwide through a suite of dynamic products built on a powerful, intelligent platform.