The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission, which accredits transactions processors for meeting best practices, will host a free Web seminar on December 18 to walk through the information exchange requirements under Stage 2 of the EHR meaningful use program.

In particular, the seminar will cover the role that the Direct Project secure messaging protocols play in complying with data exchange criteria. This includes examining differences between the EHR certification program and authentication of health information service providers, certificate authorities and registration authorities that partner with EHR vendors.

Seminar presenters also will offer best practices for secure standards-based exchange, risk management programs to reduce exposure of protected health information, and preparing an organization to implement meaningful use-required secure communications.

Presenters include representatives of the DirectTrust, eHealth Initiative, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Ohio Health Information Partnership, Healtheway, and the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. More information and free registration is available here.

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