ZeOmega Certifications and Accreditations

Our population health management solutions comply with the highest industry standards and best practices.

EHNAC DTAAP-HISP
(Direct Trusted Agent Accreditation Program – Health Information Service Provider)

The EHNAC/DirectTrust HISP accreditation program:

  • Validates the technical, security, trust, and business practice conformance of Trust Agents involved in Direct
  • Assures HISP-to-HISP interoperability among accredited Trust Agents and other Direct participants
  • Facilitates security, interoperability and trust among Direct exchange participants, fosters public confidence, and otherwise promotes the adoption and success of directed exchange through the promotion of policies and best practices for security and trust, consistent with state and federal law, for the purpose of improving the quality of health care through secure electronic exchange of health information.

DirectTrust Accredited Trust Bundle

This includes Health Information Service Providers (HISPs), Certificate Authorities (CAs), and Registration Authorities (RAs) that have achieved EHNAC DTAPP Accreditation and met the requirements described by this document. This bundle assures that all anchors and associated end-entity certificates represented are in use by an EHNAC-DirectTrust accredited HISP. The DirectTrust Accredited Trust Anchor Bundle is facilitates interoperable Direct exchange between HISPs in a uniform and scalable manner that is consistent with industry best practices for security and trust, thereby avoiding the need for further one-off negotiations between relying parties who are participants in the bundle.

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ONC Health IT – Costs and Limitations Disclosures

The JivaTM PHR Release 2015 was certified on November 16, 2015 with the CHPL number 150122R00. It has been certified for the following criteria:

  • 170.314(a)(4) – Vital signs, body mass index, and growth charts
  • 170.314(a)(11) – Smoking Status
  • 170.314(a)(15) – Patient-specific education resources
  • 170.314(d)(1) – Authentication, access control, and authorization
  • 170.314(d)(2) – Auditable events and tamper-resistance
  • 170.314(d)(3) – Audit report(s)
  • 170.314(d)(5) – Automatic log-off
  • 170.314(e)(1) – View, download and transmit to a 3rd party with edge protocol testing
  • 170.314(g)(1) – Automated numerator recording
  • 170.314(g)(4) – Quality management system

The additional software Jiva PHR Release 2015 relied upon to demonstrate compliance with one or more certification criteria or criterion includes:

  • HealthUnity Client for RHIO 2012 (now Jiva Client for RHIO 2012)
  • HealthUnithy HIE Web Client (now Jiva HIE Web Client)

Additional type of costs that a user may be required to pay to implement Jiva PHR Release 2015 are as of follows:

  • Periodic License Fees
  • Periodic Support and Maintenance
  • One time implementation Professional Services Fees

Currently there are no limitations that a user may encounter in the course of implementing and using the Jiva PHR Release 2015.

This Health IT Module is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by ICSA Labs in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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NCQA Disease Management System Certification

ZeOmega has received certification from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) under the Disease Management System Certification process. The certification includes ten disease programs: arthritis, asthma, coronary artery disease (CAD), heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), depression, diabetes, hypertension, renal disease, and stroke. The certification indicates that a disease management (DM) program has passed a voluntary, rigorous review process. It includes design of clinical information systems to support DM, such as those used to identify patients. Certification standards are intended to help organizations achieve the highest level of performance possible, reduce patient risk, and create an environment of continuous improvement.