Federal agencies in 2010 started work to create the Direct Project secure messaging protocols as a simple and standard way to exchange encrypted health information. Only now, however, are agencies starting to adopt the technology.

Over time, Direct messaging has evolved to be a supporting messaging option under the electronic health records Meaningful Use program, and is governed by DirectTrust, a coalition of 150 provider and vendor organizations.

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