Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy
How we work with the Duke Margolis Center: Videntity provides subject matter expertise to Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy on the Bulk Claims project. The goal of the project is to streamline the process of using FHIR standards to share large (or “bulk”) claims data by and between health plans and others organizations entering into partnerships with provider organizations around value. The broadly-supported aim here is to make it easier and less costly to share data by adopting API-oriented approaches for data sharing rather than manual batch data sharing processes.
Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT
How we work with the ONC: Videntity provides subject matter expertise and system architecture support in the areas of identity management, application programming interfaces (APIs), authentication, and security. Areas of emphasis include patient access to information, provider directories, FHIR, oAuth2, Direct, and the electronic submission of medical documentation (esMD).
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
How we work with CMS: Videntity provides system architecture and software design support to improve Medicare beneficiary access to health information via the Blue Button On FHIR project. Areas of emphasis include oAuth2 and FHIR.
National Institute of Standards and Technology
How we work with NIST: Videntity provides subject matter expertise and software development services in support of NIST’s Health information standards and testing initiatives. Areas of emphasis include x509 digital certificates, Direct testing, and related documentation.