JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Payspan, the market leader in healthcare payments for payers, providers and consumers, today announced that it has attained re-accreditation from the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC), a non-profit standards development organization and accrediting body for organizations that electronically exchange healthcare data.
EHNAC, an independent, self-governing body, represents a diverse cross-section of healthcare stakeholders with the goal to advance healthcare through standards. Electronic health networks, payers, hospitals, physicians, consumer groups, financial services firms, state regulators, security organizations and vendors work together to establish sound criteria for third-party review and accreditation.
EHNAC’s Healthcare Network Accreditation Program (HNAP) Electronic Health Network (EHN) assessment and review covers five main criteria categories: privacy and confidentiality; technical performance; business practices; physical, human, and administrative resources; and security.
“We are committed to providing healthcare products and services that meet industry and regulatory requirements, so we vigilantly maintain healthcare industry recognized and trusted accreditations and certifications of which EHNAC is one of the most important,” said Rob Pinataro, CEO of Payspan.
Payspan is the nation’s leading provider of electronic healthcare payment solutions, leveraging the nation’s largest provider payment network to drive fee for service and value-based care reimbursement, enable members to pay insurance premiums, and enable consumers to pay providers. Payspan connects more than 600 health plans, 1.3 million provider payees and 100+ million consumers to facilitate alternative payment and reimbursement solutions. Payspan customers enjoy the highest electronic payment conversion rates, user satisfaction and cost savings in the industry. For more information, visit www.payspan.com.
The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC) is a voluntary, self-governing standards development organization (SDO) established to develop standard criteria and accredit organizations that electronically exchange healthcare data. These entities include accountable care organizations, data registries, electronic health networks, EPCS vendors, e-prescribing solution providers, financial services firms, health information exchanges, health information service providers, management service organizations, medical billers, outsourced service providers, payers, practice management system vendors, third-party administrators and trusted networks. The Commission is an authorized HITRUST CSF Assessor, making it the only organization with the ability to provide both EHNAC accreditation and HITRUST CSF certification.