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Interoperability Data Access and Privacy Scenarios

Understand the most common member data access scenarios and how to deliver authenticated access.

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Interoperability privacy and consent require workflows that support member-driven data access. Are you ready to deliver authenticated access for the most common scenarios?

  • Member Selected Apps
    • Enable members to grant (or revoke) data access to the apps of their choice.
  • Personal Representatives
    • Allow members to select, change or remove personal representatives who are approved to access health data.
  • Data Disclosures
    • Give members a record of where their data has been shared.
  • Sensitive Data
    • Allow members to select if sensitive data is shared via apps.

Meet our interoperability experts

Watch now to learn from Cognizant's healthcare interoperability leaders.

  • Gary Meyer

    Assistant Vice President, Cognizant Consulting, Healthcare

    Gary brings 25 years of industry experience to leading Cognizant's interoperability advisory services. He helps organizations define and execute their compliance strategies and achieve better market positions through interoperability.

  • Brian Cox

    Head of Product Management, TriZetto® Connected Interoperability Solution

    Brian Cox leads product strategy, development and management for the TriZetto® Connected Interoperability Solution. He is passionate about strategic product development and implementation to support client success.

Here's how you can take interoperability beyond compliance

  • Balancing health data sharing with protections

    To fight the spread of COVID-19, U.S. healthcare organizations need to share health data while meeting federal data interoperability requirements.


  • Truly portable, personal & shareable health records

    All that's missing from a high-tech approach to quelling a future outbreak is the ability to share personal and portable health records.


  • How to Optimize Returns from Investing in Healthcare

    The new healthcare interoperability rule creates opportunities for payers to reinvent member experiences and create new value propositions.


Ready to deliver authenticated member-driven data access?

Learn how to develop and deliver the workflows that meet your member's data access needs.