Our National Provider Directory is built on the HL7® FHIR® Standard—
So you can communicate and collaborate with anyone.
Is your team burdened by tracking down contact details for clinicians or organizations? Our Directory includes over 5.1M individual practitioners and enterprise listings—the most comprehensive available.
And it’s the first national directory based entirely on the HL7 FHIR R4 standard.
Our Commitment to You: It’s Built with (only) Official Data Sources
You can use the careMESH directory to find ANY US-based, licensed practitioner, and count on its quality.
To be included in the Directory, data is sourced directly from the practitioner or from their organization through NPPES (NPI), CMS, State Medical Boards, DirectTrust*, other agency databases, and from healthcare practitioners and organizations directly.
How Can You Use the careMESH Directory?
Easily embed Directory contacts into your EHR
Find practitioners based on name, location, specialty, and other criteria
Set your communications preferences so that other providers know how to send referrals or ask about a mutual patient
Accurately position the services you provide to other practitioners
Add careMESH Clinical Communications services for a Directory+Delivery model to expand the reach of your ADTs and transitions of care
Create Better Local, State & National Care Team Collaboration
careMESH combines our National Provider Directory with integrated Clinical Communications solutions (email, texting, & Direct):
Guaranteed message delivery to any individual or enterprise provider in the Directory
CMS Promoting Interoperability-compliant referrals and transitions of care, with downloadable CEHRT 2015 reports
Attach Patient Records, Discharge Summaries and more
Set and manage your referral network
Improve care team collaboration across your entire referral network
HL7 and FHIR are the registered trademarks of Health Level Seven International.
*Access to Direct protocol secure email addresses is only available to customers enrolled in our HISP services