News & Resources
As we continue to battle a global pandemic, manage the largest vaccination distribution in history, and keep our health systems operational, we find ourselves with the right conditions to move out of the digital era and into the patient era.
As COVID-19 testing becomes more common and we ready ourselves for a vaccine, we face the new challenge of how best to receive, carry, and share information that proves our health status.
Reports & Whitepapers
The Lumedic Exchange’s shared governance model incorporates the human elements of digital trust, including legal, regulatory, business, and social requirements and is discussed in-depth in in its white paper.
The Lumedic Exchange’s view and analysis on the intersection of digital identity and healthcare laws such as HIPAA and the 21st Century Cares Act are set out in its white paper.
Lumedic in the News
As more and more people across Washington state receive the coronavirus vaccine, there are suggestions that recipients should be easily able to prove they have received the medication. The only proof recipients have now after they receive a vaccine dose is a written card, but concern has grown that those hard copy cards can be easily counterfeited. Lumedic, a Redmond-based firm, thinks it has found a solution.
Lumedic Launches New Digital Health Passport That Offers Providence Patients Secure Digital Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Status
Lumedic announced today that it has launched a first-of-its-kind commercial technology to offer digital vaccine cards to patients receiving COVID-19 vaccinations at sites affiliated with Providence, one of the nation's largest health systems. The technology includes a mobile app that gives patients the option to share vaccination verification status quickly and securely, when and how they want.
Health technology company Lumedic launched a new effort to create standards for digital identity in healthcare, aiming to streamline the exchange of patient data and remove bottlenecks in the larger healthcare system using blockchain technology.
Lumedic Exchange to Advance Digital Identity Standards, Give Patients Greater Control of Their Health Data
Today, a coalition across several industries unveiled the first step in the evolution of trusted and secure healthcare information exchange. The Lumedic Exchange brings together Lumedic, Mastercard, Providence and Cambia Health Solutions to accelerate how healthcare information is exchanged, in a trusted way and at a global scale.
Healthcare giant Providence announced the creation of a new services company called Tegria that combines nine of its existing investments and acquisitions into one offering.
The health system's use of Lumedic's blockchain technology will transform claims processing and interoperability between providers and payers, leading to lower costs, improved...
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