Your job: Making healthcare better.
Our job: Getting you the information you need.
We’re unlocking information from its silos so your organization can put it to work to improve healthcare. Manifest MedEx—a nonprofit health network serving all of California— is helping California health leaders reach their goals of improving outcomes and reducing costs.
Reduce emergency department congestion. Know the health of new and referred patients. Predict and manage population risk. Improve patient retention within networks. Improve care coordination across care settings.
Succeed in value-based models. Follow up with discharged patients before they arrive home. Reduce readmissions. Identify and manage high-risk patients. Treat patients with confidence you have key information. Address gaps in care. Know the health of new attributed patients.
Get the details you need to identify and resolve care gaps. Deliver informed care coordination to the highest-risk patients. Know the health history of new members. Reduce the data hunt burden for HEDIS and risk adjustment. Accelerate your analytics offerings. Improve member experience.
Join a Webinar to Learn About New Federal Interoperability Requirements and State Funding
New federal regulations will accelerate health information sharing in California and across the country and create new requirements health plans and providers will need to meet. Luckily state funding will be available to help. Join our seasoned policy team to learn more.
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information to work for your organization
See immediate value from the MX suite of solutions. Our team is ready to get you setup quickly.
Integrated with your health platforms
Information is only valuable when it fits your workflow. Provide information to care managers and physicians directly in the technologies they use every day.
Sign up is easy
We've made the sign-up process as easy and transparent as possible. We have a streamlined contract that does not lock you in. You can get value right away.
Support for participating
Get support or incentives to participate in MX. Inland Empire Health Plan is pledging $30 million in pay for performance incentives to regional hospitals in 2018, with $6 million available for hospitals who participate with MX and use MX services in 2018.
How do you manage risk across 65 different ACO participants, each using different electronic health record and care coordination systems? Contact us to see how this MX participant sends out daily action lists for a population of 16,000 patients to enable proactive care to the neediest patients.