WorkCompEDI launches its initiatives to attain HNAP-EHN & OSAP certifications with EHNAC (Electronic Health Network Accreditation Commission)
HNAP-accreditation indicates an organization has exceeded industry-established standards and complies with HIPAA regulations in areas such as privacy and confidentiality measures, level-of-service and escalation procedures, transaction response times, and systems availability. HNAP also assesses security infrastructure and data integrity measures including disaster recovery; business continuity; contingency plans; and intrusion detection and response. The program also evaluates transaction processing efficiency; ability to comply with generally-accepted, industry-standard data formats; and audit trail capabilities.
EHNAC’s HNAP program
- Reduce risk to PHI and operations through the demonstration of a risk management program with effective controls that appropriately minimize threats.
- Prepare your organization for third party audits including HIPAA/HITECH compliance audits that are now being conducted for the Office of Civil Rights (OCR); trading partner audits (some payers require EHNAC accreditation as a condition of processing their transactions); and state compliance (EHNAC accreditation is required for processing healthcare transactions in the states of Maryland and New Jersey).
- Enhance trust for your customers, trading partners, and other stakeholders.
EHNAC’s OLAP-Printing program
OSAP assesses your organization in areas such as privacy and confidentiality measures, level-of-service and escalation procedures, transaction response times, and systems availability. It also assesses the security infrastructure and data integrity measures including disaster recovery, business continuity, contingency plans, and intrusion detection and response. In the process of a thorough, objective OSAP evaluation, your organization will discover ways to improve efficiency, elevate quality of service, and keep up-to-date with current marketplace trends.