1,800+

network participants

1,500+

ambulatory providers

1.5 million

adts per month

38 Million

Longitudinal Patient Records

Knowledge is Power for Clinicians

Manifest MedEx helps providers save time, improve finances, succeed in risk-based contracts, and provide coordinated, person-centered care to patients.

Using Manifest MedEx’s MX Notify, MX Access, and MX Analyze services, providers can identify high-risk patients, reduce readmissions, and proactively monitor and support their patients.

With MX, providers can:

  • Receive real-time hospital event notifications and follow-up right away without spending time on faxes and calls
  • Optimize care with easy access to comprehensive patient history drawn from claims and clinical data
  • Streamline HCC/RAF follow-up with a complete list of diagnoses and accurate data
  • Identify and close gaps in care

Ensuring ambulatory providers meet AB 133 data sharing requirements

Most California ambulatory providers are required to share health information in real-time by 2024.

As the largest nonprofit health data network in California and a designated CalHHS Data Exchange Framework (DxF) Qualified Health Information Organization (QHIO), Manifest MedEx is an integral part of the state’s health data infrastructure, combining and delivering crucial health information for more than 38 million Californians across every county throughout the state.

By joining Manifest MedEx, ambulatory providers can participate in this exchange and meet their requirements under AB 133.

  • MX can help ambulatory providers:
  • Securely exchange DxF required data,
  • In nationally adopted technical standards,
  • With other DSA Signatories,
  • For required and permitted uses only.

Questions about AB 133? Read our AB 133 FAQs for ambulatory providers.

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"Some of the most heart-wrenching times associated with parenting occur when your child is sick. Manifest MedEx tools save us time and ensure we provide better and more timely care by alerting us to patient encounters outside our facility and giving us a more complete picture of a child’s health, including immunization records.”

Cameo Carter, MD
Pediatrician, CEO & Medical Director, Garden Pediatrics

“Having access to Manifest MedEx has significantly improved our ability to care for our patients efficiently, including getting medication lists and referrals to specialists.”

Ginger Manss
Chief Nursing Officer, Community Medical Centers

“Connecting to MX was easy to use and pain-free. With the click of a few buttons, you can open a patient chart, and the information is all there.”

Marco Alfonzo
Administrator, Dr. Mike's Walk-In Clinics

“Our medical records team loves being able to have direct access to hospital records in Manifest MedEx, without having to do the individual requests for the reports. It makes their lives a lot easier.”

Vice President of Health Information Management, FQHC

“Patients are improving. They appreciate the fact that case management is reaching out to them and showing that they care. Without Manifest MedEx, they wouldn’t have the tools to achieve that level of success. Patients wouldn’t be as happy as they are.”

Director of Case Management, FQHC

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