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Physicians and other health providers are now using this industry standard for provider data collection

2009 Press Releases

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Aetna and WellPoint Achieve CORE Phase II Certification


Colorado Multi-Stakeholder Work Group Recommends State-Wide Use of the CORE Rules for Electronic Administrative Data Exchange


First Vendor Exclusively Providing Medicaid Service Achieves CORE Certification, Demonstrates Advance of Industry Solution


Cleveland Clinic Community Physician Partnership, Johns Hopkins HealthCare Join More Than 500 Organizations in Simplifying Provider Data Collection


Study Results Show CAQH CORE Certification Dramatically Cuts Administrative Costs, Accelerates I.T. Adoption By Providers and Health Plans


CAQH and EHNAC Partnership to Discount Fees for Clearinghouses Seeking Both CORE Rules Certification and HNAP Accreditation


NaviNet is the First Vendor to Achieve CAQH CORE Phase II Certification for Consistent Healthcare Administrative Data Exchange


Large Provider Groups, HIT Vendor Increase CAQH Initiative Momentum to Streamline EDI


Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Using CORE Rules to Improve Provider Access to Consistent Electronic Eligibility, Benefits, and Claims Data


CAQH UPD Service Has Transformed Data Collection, Credentialing for 700,000 Providers


CAQH Announces Humana Inc. Certified to Use CORE Phase I Rules


CAQH Taps Edifecs to Certify Organizations, Products Follow CORE Phase II Rules


Ohio Multi-stakeholder Committee Recommends Adoption of CORE Rules for Exchanging Patient Eligibility Information


Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, 37 Hospitals Among New Group of Organizations Saving Administrative Time And Money Through CAQH Initiative


Texas Multi-stakeholder Committee Recommends Adoption of CORE Rules for Eligibility Verification


Healthcare Organizations Launch Collaborative Initiative to Test HIPAA Transactions Against Proposed 5010 Standards