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Pay-Per-View: Oregon creates NPI and provider authentication data repository

Compliance Monitor, January 30, 2008

Healthcare organizations in Oregon have found their own approach to remedy the quality, availability, and completeness of CMS' National Provider Identifier (NPI) database. They're developing a new, state-based data repository, called the Oregon NPI/Authentication Data Repository, that will provide online provider information and batch downloads that are up to date and affordable.

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