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FAIR Health has earned the trust of many of the nation’s largest health plans, which rely on us to store, de-identify, aggregate and analyze their claims information. Our security policies, processes and protocols meet the industry’s most exacting standards, as demonstrated by our HITRUST, SOC 2 and CMS QE certifications.

CMS has certified FAIR Health as a Qualified Entity (QE)—one of only five organizations in the country eligible to receive Medicare claims data for all 50 states and Washington, DC

FAIR Health’s systems for processing and storing protected health information have earned HITRUST CSF Certified Status by meeting key healthcare regulations and industry requirements for protecting and securing sensitive private healthcare information.

FAIR Health also has achieved SOC 2 compliance, meeting the criteria for security, availability and confidentiality principles established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

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Fall 2020

Fall Is Open Enrollment Season

Now that fall is here, it’s a good time to think about health insurance, especially in light of the risk of getting COVID-19 or the flu. That’s because fall is open enrollment season—the time of year when you can sign up for a health plan or make changes to the plan you have.

Types of Health Plans

When shopping for a health plan, you may see a plan described as an HMO, PPO, POS or EPO. Those abbreviations are important because the coverage, rules and typical costs differ for each type of plan.

The Facts about Cost Sharing

No matter what kind of health plan you get, you’ll probably have to pay something. Here are the types of payments you may have to make—and how to make your dollars stretch as far as possible.


Learn how FAIR Health data solutions can help you through this informative video​