NEW YORK, NEW YORK – November 25, 2020 – OneRecord, a consumer-facing health platform with apps on iOS, Android, and web – announced today it has achieved full Trusted Dynamic Registration & Authentication Accreditation Program (TDRAAP)-Basic certification from the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC). Developed in collaboration with UDAP.org, TDRAAP-Basic supports interoperability requirements within the Office of the National Coordinator's (ONC’s) Cures Act Final Rule and related CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule.
TDRAAP-Basic certification offers privacy and security self-attestation with targeted validation while the included UDAP technical framework certification demonstrates that an entity’s end-to-end API can be trusted by patients and other industry stakeholders. It is designed specifically for developers of consumer-facing apps, also referred to as a patient’s “App of their Choice,” as used in workflows mandated by ONC and CMS that include SMART app launch with individual sign-on. TDRAAP-Basic thus supports the use of individual queries for “one-patient-at-a-time FHIR data access” using the credentials issued by the healthcare system publishing the API for the Individual to access data.
Through EHNAC’s third-party summary review via Subject Matter Expert of the Self-Attestation materials, OneRecord was evaluated in areas of security, privacy, regulatory compliance and rights management. Upon completion of the Self-Attestation materials and evidence of passing the technical certification framework, the organization demonstrates to its constituents, that it adheres to standards and participation in the objective evaluation of its business.
“As organizations look to meet the requirements of the Cures Act, TDRAAP was established to support an organization’s continued focus on interoperability and privacy/security – which are foundational components for ONC, CMS, OCR and other agencies, as well as all organizations subject to handling sensitive data. TDRAAP-Basic supports interoperability with a specific focus on technical standards enabling trust and transparency for both organizational and individual access to data,” said EHNAC Executive Director and CEO Lee Barrett. “We commend OneRecord on attaining this important certification which will serve as a “good housekeeping seal” of proven readiness and trust to enter onto the interoperability digital exchange highway.”
OneRecord supports industry stakeholders who are complying with the patient access requirements of the 21st Cures Act by providing the most easy-to-use application for patients to connect to their healthcare data. OneRecord’s user-centered design, security, and accessibility standards make it the clear choice for patients.
“At OneRecord, we don’t believe anyone should have to trade privacy for access to information,” said Jennifer Blumenthal, CEO of OneRecord. “We’re excited to be the first to achieve EHNAC’s TDRAAP-Basic certification. This shows industry stakeholders that OneRecord can be part of any trusted network. Providers, Payers, and health IT developers can dynamically register OneRecord with authorization servers which eases the app onboarding process and focuses their efforts where they mean the most, patient care.”