Powered by our Health Interoperability Platform (HIP), the Health Gorilla Health Information Network (HG HIN) allows participants to seamlessly and securely access, exchange, and contribute actionable health data across the national network. By joining the HG HIN and leveraging our interoperability platform, participants agree to support a common set of standards that enable secure, trustworthy, and uniform nationwide data exchange.
The HG HIN is uniting our country’s disparate clinical data and is quickly becoming the national source of truth for patient-centric data exchanges. As part of the HG HIN, participants can:
Health Gorilla has been designing its technology to adhere to the known 21st Century Cures Act and Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) requirements for the past few years and has developed the HG HIN, Healthcare Interoperability Platform (HIP), and other products to facilitate data exchanges for the following purposes:
The HG HIN is foundational in Health Gorilla’s mission to become a designated Qualified Health Information Network (QHIN) under TEFCA. As a QHIN, Health Gorilla will continue to offer our well-known interoperability solutions but also develop more efficient data flows, expand our services, and create more innovative lines of business, all in an effort to become the most effective and efficient on-ramp for nationwide connectivity.
Health Gorilla's Health Interoperability Platform meets the highest data certifications for privacy and security, keeping your data safe.
A FHIR-native data platform created to execute the interoperability goals of the 21st Century Cures Act and TEFCA and to ensure scalable medical record exchanges.
Health Interoperability Platform meets the highest data certifications for privacy and security, keeping your data safe. We’re SOC-2 Type 2 certified, independently audited on a routine basis, and pursuing a HITRUST certification. Our platform is also compliant with FHIR R4 profiles and we’re a trusted partner to major EMR/EHR vendors.
Get in touch with our interoperability experts to learn more.