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We love to talk about the work we are doing and impact we are making bringing better data for better healthcare to California. Our team includes nationally-recognized experts on health information exchange, ACOs, interoperability, and patient privacy. We can also help connect you with innovative organizations across the state who are participating in our nonprofit network.

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Announcements

The Center for Data Insights and Innovation (CDII) has released the Data Exchange Framework (DxF) Participant Directory in the DSA Signing Portal!

Action Needed! DSA Signatories are required to update the CDII DxF Participant Directory. The Center for Data Insights and Innovation (CDII) has released the Data Exchange Framework (DxF) Participant Directory in the DSA Signing Portal!   Per DxF Policy & Procedure OPP-14, this directory provides information on the method each DxF Participant is using to exchange…

“Meet Your DxF Requirements with Manifest MedEx, a designated Qualified Health Information Organization (QHIO)” Webinar Recap

Manifest MedEx, California’s largest nonprofit health information organization, has been designated a Qualified Health Information Organization (QHIO) by the California Health and Human Services Agency (CalHHS)! As a QHIO, Manifest MedEx can help healthcare organizations meet their DxF requirements and securely participate in the DxF. Under California law passed in 2021, most healthcare organizations are…

The Data Exchange Framework: What are Qualified Health Information Organizations (QHIOs)?

This month, the CalHHS Center for Data Insights and Innovation (CDII) released an infographic that explains what a QHIO is, what purpose it serves, and its role in the DxF. A QHIO is a Data Exchange Framework (DxF) designated intermediary that meets the criteria and requirements for secure data exchange. These intermediaries offer services and…

“The Future of Interoperability: Is it the Health Data Utility Model?” Webinar Recap

Earlier this month, Manifest MedEx convened a panel of national interoperability experts to discuss the concept of a “health data utility” (HDU) that some states are pursuing – one where the infrastructure for sharing health information is seamless, secure, and equitable – like the infrastructure that delivers electricity, water, and gas Missed the webinar? Catch…

Manifest MedEx FAQs to Support Health Plans Meet AB 133 Data Sharing Requirements

Most health care organizations in California are required to share health information in real-time with each other by January 31, 2024, under the CalHHS Data Exchange Framework.  Manifest MedEx is one of the only nonprofit health information organizations (HIOs) in California that regularly aggregates, normalizes, matches, and shares clinical data, including lab, social drivers of…

Manifest MedEx FAQs to Help Ensure Ambulatory Providers Meet AB 133 Data Sharing Requirements

Most health care organizations in California are required to share health information in real-time with each other by January 31, 2024, under the CalHHS Data Exchange Framework.  Manifest MedEx is one of the only nonprofit health information organizations (HIOs) in California that regularly aggregates, normalizes, matches, and shares clinical data, including lab, social drivers of…

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