eHealth Exchange

How to Join

Organizations interested in becoming an eHealth Exchange Participant should review the three phase onboarding process detailed below. Organizations should begin the process by downloading the application package.

ehealth Exchange Application Package

Submit an
Application Package

Review the onboarding process and email your application package to

eHealth Exchange supports a diverse group of governmental and non-governmental organizations that exchange data under the eHealth Exchange trust framework.

Here is a sample of the types of organizations that have onboarded:

  • Federal Agencies
  • Regional Health Information Organizations
  • State Health Information Exchange Organizations
  • Integrated Delivery Networks
  • Academic Institutions
  • Provider Collaboratives
  • Pharmacies
  • Dialysis Centers

The eHealth Exchange Application Process

Step 1

Submit an application package

Complete your eHealth Exchange application package and send to

The application package includes:

Step 2

Conduct Required Testing

Each organization will be required to complete a testing path that will include transport testing and content testing. The level of testing can vary depending on the technology that you use. Organizations utilizing an eHealth Exchange Validated Product may save time and money onboarding. 

Step 3

Complete Activation Process

Once required testing is completed, organizations will work in an activation status to finalize connectivity for production. This includes receiving production certificates, being added to the production directories, and completing production testing with the eHealth Exchange Hub.

Step 4

Go Live

After steps 1-3 are completed, your organization can begin to exchange live data with other eHealth Exchange Participants.

Submit an Application Package!

Review the onboarding process and email your application package to

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