About Membership

Our members are a key force in pushing interoperability forward.  Join us to drive change and create a more interoperable world!

Who Can Join DirectTrust?

DirectTrust membership is open to any individual or organization with an interest in secure and trusted exchange of sensitive information. Today, our membership is comprised of systems integrators and exchanges, like health information service providers (HISPs) and health information exchanges (HIEs), providers of healthcare like hospital systems and clinics, insurance payers, governmental agencies, individuals and consumers, and other organizations with interest in security, trust, and identity. Membership is subject to an annual fee in exchange for many benefits, including discounts on DirectTrust services and products, Workgroup participation, and access to created deliverables and content.

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Benefits of DirectTrust Membership

DirectTrust membership includes participation in DirectTrust Standards as well as the following benefits:

  • Opportunities to influence and shape the DirectTrust Trust Framework
  • Access to DirectTrust deliverables and intellectual property, as well as participation in workgroups
  • Insight into the work being done by your colleagues in the community
  • Discounted access to DirectTrust products
  • Up to date information about the continually evolving regulatory environment

Workgroups

One of the primary benefits of membership is the opportunity to impact the development of the nation’s premiere trust framework by participating in the DirectTrust Workgroups. An overview of each workgroup, including their goal and the value of participation, is outlined below.

Certificate Policy

and Practices

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Certificate Policy and Practices

Workgroup Goal: Manage, maintain, and evolve DirectTrust policies to promote confidence in our services, both current and future.

Value of Participation: Be represented in discussions of how policies and practices for identity and trust will evolve for current and future technology approaches.

Identity Management and

Sub-Workgroup of CPP

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Identity Management Sub-Workgroup of CPP

Workgroup Goal: Maintain and update appropriate identity and identity-proofing policies that support the organization’s “Trust in Identity” mission.

Value of Participation: Navigate our shared trust community through responding to new threats and opportunities in a changing security landscape.

Clinician

Steering

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Clinician Steering

Workgroup Goal: Identify and drive interoperability workflow enhancements to advance the quadruple aim.

Value of Participation: Collaborate with clinician colleagues to analyze current state workflows and promote solutions to the persistent problems of healthcare interoperability.

Direct Directory

Policy

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Direct Directory Policy

Workgroup Goal: Evolve and maintain use and usability of our Directory through appropriate policy and innovation.

Value of Participation: Participate in the evolution of the nation’s largest directory of digital contact information for providers.

FHIR Security and

Trust

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FHIR Security and Trust

Workgroup Goal: Assess and develop the DirectTrust framework to scale trust in the web-services and app economy.

Value of Participation: Learn from peers about the current state of new standards and technologies for health information exchange and shape new scalable approaches.

Innovation

Priorities

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Innovation Priorities

Workgroup Goal: Create new service lines and use cases that promote the use of DirectTrust services and standards.

Value of Participation: Help forge the future of interoperability and tackle unsolved problems with some of the industry’s brightest stars.

SSA (Coverage) Use Case Sub-Workgroup of Innovation Priorities

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SSA (Coverage) Use Case Sub-Workgroup of Innovation Priorities

Workgroup Goal: Investigate the capability of health information exchange pursuant to a HIPAA authorization, like a Social Security disability claim, over the DirectTrust network.

Value of Participation: Formulate the usage of Direct Secure Messaging for members to expand their health information exchange possibilities.

Marketing and

Membership

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Marketing and Membership

Workgroup Goal: Provide ideas and guidance related to the DirectTrust marketing plan to promote both the organization and its members.

Value of Participation: Help develop shared content and resources for member utilization and for the market to understand the value of DirectTrust, its services and its membership.

Patient Consumer

and Participation

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Patient Consumer and Participation

Workgroup Goal: Develop strategies to promote the use of DirectTrust Services by and for consumers.

Value of Participation: Be part of thought leadership to scale consumer participation in healthcare information exchange and help patients be involved in their care.

Payer

Workgroup Goal: Evaluate and examine use cases of interest to Payers and develop policies and technologies to advance these scenarios.

Value of Participation: Collaborate with payers and with companies that serve them to identify new uses and improve the value of Direct to help provider/Payer communication.

Security and Trust

Compliance

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Security and Trust Compliance

Workgroup Goal: Manage, maintain, and evolve the policies governing our network operators.

Value of Participation: Participate in discussion and proposals to update policies, ratification, and compliance enforcement.

Trusted Instant

Messaging Policy

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Trusted Instant Messaging Policy

Workgroup Goal: Develop necessary policies to scale our emerging open and trusted instant messaging standard.

Value of Participation: Be part of the policy development for a completely new standard for healthcare communication.

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