We are thrilled to announce that Moxe CEO Dan Wilson was named a member of the latest class of DirectTrust Interoperability Heroes. The initiative is designed to recognize the people who are advancing interoperability every day to make a difference in healthcare.
“We’re delighted to recognize Dan Wilson as an Interoperability Hero,” said Scott Stuewe, President and CEO of DirectTrust. “There’s power in knowing the stories driving advancements in interoperability. We’re thrilled to bring attention to the use cases and successes of the efforts of those meeting the criteria of Interoperability Hero.”
“The DirectTrust Interoperability Hero award is a testament the incredible work that the entire Moxe team delivers on a daily basis,” said Wilson. “Our commitment to making healthcare affordable by empowering smarter, simpler data exchange continues through our customer relationships and our partnerships with organizations such as AHIMA, CommonWell, and 3M. We are excited to be included among the other notable heroes and we look forward to further advancing interoperability.”
Recognized in the Advancing Interoperability category, the initiative highlighted two specific Moxe successes: the AHIMA dHealth™ program, which helps providers assess the patient data security practices of the digital health solutions used by their patients, and Moxe’s position as one of the first CommonWell Service Adopters to leverage the CommonWell network to exchange payment and operations protected health information (PHI).
DirectTrust is a non-profit, vendor-neutral alliance initially created by and for participants in the Direct community, including Health Information Service Providers (HISPs), Certificate Authorities (CAs), Registration Authorities (RAs), healthcare providers, consumers/patients, and Health IT vendors. DirectTrust serves as a governance forum, trust community, standards organization, and accreditation body for persons and entities engaged in exchange utilizing the Direct Standard™, supported by DirectTrust’s robust security and trust framework.