CAHIE is proud to announce that the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) has signed the California Data Use and Reciprocal Support Agreement (CalDURSA). DHCS plans to leverage the California Trusted Exchange Network (CTEN), which is governed by the CalDURSA, to meet certain program needs related to clinical data exchange.

DHCS expects to undertake onboarding to the CTEN in 2018.

The California Trusted Exchange Network is a critical component of California’s strategy for statewide, inter-organizational health information exchange. It combines a multiparty data sharing agreement (the California Data Use and Reciprocal Support Agreement), a common set of policies and procedures, and a lightweight technical infrastructure to create a trusted environment for safe and secure sharing of health information. See who is using the CTEN…

The California Data Use and Reciprocal Support Agreement is a multi-party data sharing agreement allowing all parties who have signed it to interoperate using recognized standards. It is a critical component of the CTEN. Learn more about the CalDURSA…