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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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Summer 2020

Wellness Programs: Coverage for Promoting Healthy Living

Healthy lifestyle behaviors include regular exercise and nutritious eating. Are you looking to carry out such behaviors but unsure how to start? If so, you may want to explore the wellness programs offered by your employer or health insurance plan.

Preventive Services: Coverage and Costs

You’re probably used to going to a doctor when you feel sick. But to prevent illness, it also can be important to seek healthcare when you feel well. With preventive services, you can avoid certain diseases and catch others in their early stages.

Getting Covered for Alternative Medicine

Acupuncture, chiropractic care and massage therapy have one thing in common: They may not be covered by insurance. That’s because they may be looked at as alternative treatments, not part of conventional medical care.


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