EHNAC, HITRUST Partner to Strengthen TNAP Health Data Security

EHR Intelligence

Hannah Nelson

EHNAC and HITRUST have announced a collaboration that aims to ensure health data security requirements for TNAP align with TEFCA guidance.

The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC) and HITRUST have announced a partnership to strengthen the health data security framework of the Trusted Network Accreditation Program (TNAP).

TNAP provides third-party accreditation for healthcare exchange entities such as qualified health information networks (QHINs), participants, health information exchanges (HIEs), accountable care organizations, and data registries.

Through TNAP, EHNAC assesses an organization’s ability to align with Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) requirements, including leveraging the HITRUST CSF for data privacy and security.

“EHNAC and HITRUST are committed to ensuring that all organizations are able to adhere to the latest best practices...

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