Navigating the CURES Act and Patient Access Final Rules: 7 Key Insights for Payers

December 1, 2021

Congress by Todd Trapani

ZeOmega now provides a guide listing seven things payers need to understand to comply with the CURES Act Final Rule and CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule. These legislations mandate that organizations that retain patient data must make it digitally available to patients. However, meeting standards set by the Office of National Coordinator (ONC) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is complex and challenging. ZeOmega’s guide helps payers traverse these mandates and understand the importance of Trusted Dynamic Registration and Accreditation Program (TDRAAP) comprehensive accreditation.

According to their website, “ZeOmega is part of a select group that has achieved TDRAAP comprehensive accreditation for all its solutions, including EHNAC third-party review across security, privacy, regulatory compliance, and rights management. As a result, ZeOmega offers clients a streamlined pathway to developing the trust networks necessary to meet ONC and CMS patient access requirements today—and tomorrow.”

Register to download the guide by clicking here.

(Source: ZeOmega, December 1st, 2021)

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