Consumer Directed Exchange empowers the patient by supporting the patient’s right under HIPAA to invoke access to personal health information through a third-party application.
This puts individual at the center of interoperability and care quality, and empowers patients to take a more active role in their personal health. A person’s wellness is determined quality of service, not the specifics of a single episode of care. Patients interact with their providers using devices and applications because they are able to grant access to their health information from across the care continuum.
Consumer Directed Exchange has the potential to transform how patients and providers manage wellness.
Historically, interoperability, or the sharing of data, has focused on the provider (physicians). Consumer Directed Exchanges completely shifts the model to the patient. It is a new paradigm. Consumers have the right to their own healthcare data, and they have the right to share access to their own healthcare data. This is empowering patients by giving them control over their information and enabling patients to share their own data with whomever will best impact their wellness.
How Consumer Directed Exchange gets around HIPAA
“On the regulatory front, HHS has clarified that HIPAA does, indeed, offer patients the right to access their health data in an electronic format, and to share it with an application or address of their choice. “ – Aneesh
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