The Trusted Network Accreditation Program (TNAP) aligns with the 21st Century Cures Act, and addresses the ONC's requirements to provide third-party accreditation for healthcare stakeholders, including HINs, HIES, ACOS, Data Registers, Lab, Providers, Payers, Vendors, and Suppliers.
To learn more about TNAP, read the paper: Breaking Through the Data Dams.
About the TNAP
“The Trusted Network Accreditation Program enables new data paradigms, accredited by organizations already known and trusted, to solve and resolve the traditional roadblocks to interoperability and consumer empowerment while, at the same time, addressing the brand new regulatory requirements like GDPR. We applaud and welcome all organizations entrusted with protecting information to participate."
CEO & President, EP3 Foundation
Governance and Opportunities
Create Trust Exchange Protocols leveraging the excellent best practices, technologies, and frameworks for identity verification, authentication, and privacy and security
Be recognized as a contributor to the program, and receive in some cases financial incentive model for involvement in program development
Your Organization will
Demonstrate compliance with Higher Standards
Your organization can be an early adopter to support Industry (Public and Private) Trusted Exchange by demonstrating adherence to a higher standard of quality, privacy, security and confidentiality as well as interoperability and data management.
Become accreditated as a trusted source to exchange Electronic Health Information (EHI)
Be one of the first to gain recognition and accreditation and demonstrate that your organization can be a trusted source to exchange EHI in accordance with HHS expectations. New areas included in the TNAP content include GDPR, enabling technologies such as BlockChain and others, 21st Century Cures Act/TEFCA, and enhanced identity verification/authentication and consent criteria