A non-profit trade alliance that advances secure health information exchange via the Direct Protocol has expanded its trusted, national network to include 26 Direct exchange health information service providers. Washington, D.C.-based DirectTrust has also begun extensive HISP-to-HISP interoperability testing to ensure continued reliability of the network.

 The 26 HISPs now provide Direct exchange services to more than 5,000 healthcare organization--including medical practices, clinics, hospitals, pharmacies and laboratories-- with nearly 200,000 individual Direct accounts and addresses nationwide.

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