MX May Newsletter

A monthly roundup of news and updates from MX

May 2024 Edition

Get Real-Time Health Data and Meet Your Data Sharing Requirements with Manifest MedEx

We are pleased to share that nearly 300 DSA Signatories have selected Manifest MedEx as their Qualified Health Information Organization (QHIO) to help them initiate, receive, and reply to requests for health information under the CalHHS Data Exchange Framework (DxF).

Our goal is to advance a health data safety net for California by making it as easy as possible for more organizations – regardless of their geography, size, and resources – to participate in the DxF and securely share critical health information needed to improve the health and wellness of all Californians.

Learn more about how Manifest MedEx can serve you as your QHIO.


Follow us on LinkedIn @Manifest MedEx, X @ManifestMedEx, and visit our DxF resource center to stay updated on the Data Exchange Framework, Data Sharing Agreement, QHIO Program, Signatory Grants, policy updates, and upcoming events!

MX Access Updates

Manifest MedEx is committed to ensuring that our participants have all the information they need to provide personalized care for their patient populations. As we look to better serve our participants, we are pleased to announce that we are now sharing Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) information in the expanded Demographics panel within MX Access.

If SOGI data is available for a patient, it will be visible in the “More Demographics” table in the clinical viewer in the portal.

To learn more about this expanded feature, contact your Customer Success Representative!

MX Welcomes New Participants!

MX is proud to welcome Kern Family Health Care, St. Francis Medical Center, and the Northern Inyo Healthcare District to our ever-growing network!

Kern Family Health Care, a managed Medi-Cal plan covering over 370k members, is dedicated to improving the health status of their members through an integrated managed health care delivery system. Their primary objective is to improve quality outcomes for their members through better coordinated, informed care. By partnering with MX, Kern Family Health Care will benefit from the breadth and depth of data we provide to improve care for their members.

St. Francis Medical Center, a 354-bed acute care hospital and one of the largest and busiest emergency and Level II trauma centers in Los Angeles County, is dedicated to delivering compassionate, quality care to patients and better healthcare to their communities. St. Francis is the newest member of Prime Healthcare, a long-lasting participant on the MX Network. Prime has added St. Francis Medical Center to the MX network, and we look forward to supporting St. Francis as a QHIO for the Data Exchange Framework.

Northern Inyo Healthcare District aims to be known throughout the Eastern Sierra Region for providing high quality, comprehensive care in the most patient friendly way, both locally and in coordination with trusted regional partners. Formed in 1946, the district, hospital administration, and the community have been dedicated to supporting and operating the Northern Inyo Hospital for nearly 75 years while managing to expand the auxiliary healthcare services available to the community through philanthropic and grant-based activities. MX looks forward to collaborating with Northern Inyo to help them meet their DSA requirements through the secure, seamless sharing of ADTs and health and human services data.

News and Events

CHiACON Convention & Exhibit

Mark your calendars for the California Health Information Association's Annual Conference where MX's Vice President of Public Policy and Partnerships, Mimi Hall, will join Susan Clark, Senior Director of Program Development, DirectTrust; Steven Lane, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, Health Gorilla; Daniel Chavez, Executive Director, Serving Communities Health Information Organization (SCHIO); Laura Young, Chief Executive Officer, San Diego Health Connect; and Khanh Nguyen, Chief Executive Officer, Cozeva - Applied Research Works. Inc. in a discussion titled "Inside the Implementation of the California Health and Human Services Data Exchange Framework" on June 11th at 10:00 am PT.

This session brings together the executive leaders of entities who have been designated as Qualified Health Information Organizations (QHIOs) facilitating the exchange of health and social services information in California. Join this session and the discussion about how the DxF works, the status of implementation, data governance, privacy, security and how it can benefit an organization.

Register here to learn more!

America's Physician Groups 2024 Spring Annual Conference

Manifest MedEx is excited to sponsor the 2024 Annual Spring Conference hosted by America's Physician Groups on May 29-31 in San Diego. Stop by Booth #605 to connect with our team and learn how MX can help your organization meet your DSA requirements and more!

ICYMI: Enhancing the Lives of Californians Through the Sharing of Patient Data

Last week, MX's Chief Information Officer, Jason Buckner, joined David Ford, CEO, CMA Physician Services Organization; Ashlee Cerda, Senior Channel Manager, Bamboo Health, and Timi Leslie, Executive Director, Connecting for Better Health & President, BluePath Health in a webinar titled, "Enhancing the Lives of Californians Through the Sharing of Patient Data" hosted by Bamboo Health.

Visit their website to get on-demand access to a discussion on how the Data Exchange Framework leverages data-sharing to support better care coordination and patient outcomes, gain insight on how to address challenges and barriers for non-participating organizations, and more!

Network Growth

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New data sources available on MX today:

ADTs from the following 35 participants:

ONclick Healthcare, Inc.
Pain MD Plus
United Health Centers of the San Joaquin Valley (33 locations)

CCDAs from the following 57 participants:

Anaheim Regional Medical Center
Family Health Center of Joshua Tree (3 locations)
Garfield Medical Center, Inc.
Greater El Monte Community Hospital
Monterey Park Hospital
The Los Angeles Cancer Network (13 locations)
ONclick Healthcare, Inc.
Pain MD Plus
San Gabriel Valley Medical Center
United Health Centers of the San Joaquin Valley (33 locations)
Whittier Hospital Medical Center

Labs from the following 60 participants:

Advanced Healthcare for Women & Children, a Nursing Corporation
Anza Community Health Center
Aruna Gupta, M.D., APC
Associated OB/GYN Specialists of Santa Barbara
Borrego Health Specialty Care Center
Borrego Medical Clinic
Carelon (Elevance Health, Inc.) (8 locations)
Centro Medico (7 locations)
Charlotte Gonzales, M.D.
Circe Healthcare Solutions, Inc. (2 locations)
CMCC Dental Adult
Coachella Valley Community Health Center
Community Internal Medicine, Inc.
Desert Hot Springs Community Center – UC
Desert Hot Springs Community Health Center
Desert Hot Springs Health and Wellness Center
Francisco J. Cuellar, A Professional Medical Practice
Javier R. Rios, M.D., A Professional Corporation (6 locations)
Jay Hoffman Health Center
La Mesa
Martha's Village Clinic
Pain MD Plus
Palm Springs Family Health
Primary Healthcare Medical Group (8 locations)
Razi Medical Group
Samir E. Hage, D.O., Inc.
San Jacinto Health Center
Sharon M. Laughlin, M.D., Inc.
Stonewall Medical Center
Urology Specialists of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Vista Village
Woolcott Dental Clinic

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