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Provider Directories – What’s Next for Provider Data Exchange?

By Claire Thayer, September 5, 2018

The U.S. spends a staggering $2.1B annually across the healthcare industry chasing and maintaining provider data – and as much as 75% of this cost is duplicative. Maintaining and facilitating exchange of accurate provider data is a critical component to payers being able to operate effectively and ensure their members have access to the care they need. But a key challenge remains: inaccurate provider data.

This recent edition of the MCOL infoGraphoid, co-sponsored by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, features key concepts impacting the provider information paradigm and core elements essential for provider data exchange.

MCOL’s weekly infoGraphoid is a benefit for MCOL Basic members and released each Wednesday as part of the MCOL Daily Factoid e-newsletter distribution service – find out more here.

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