Save the date for our upcoming webinar on Wednesday, November 15 from 12 pm – 1:00 pm PT.
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 required to share health data by January 31, 2024 so that every resident in the state can benefit from seamlessly coordinated care and services regardless of where they live or seek care.
Manifest MedEx sends 1.5M ADT notifications each month and exchanges health data for more than 90 percent of California’s population, including health information from Kaiser Permanente, CommonSpirit, Adventist Health, Sutter Health, University of California Health, and more than 13 health plans.
In this webinar, we will share how MX can easily help providers, hospitals, health plans, and other organizations comply with the DxF, get access to real-time ADT notifications and longitudinal patient records, and apply for a DSA Signatory Grant from the state to cover the costs of partnering with MX. We will review next steps for current MX participants who may also be eligible for these grants.
The Jan 2024 data sharing deadline is approaching! Register here to learn more about how MX can help you meet your DxF requirements and meet your upcoming deadline.
— Brittany Weppler, Chief of Staff, Manifest MedEx
— Felix Su, Director of Policy, Manifest MedEx
Note: This webinar is limited to DSA signatories and required DxF entities, counties, social service organizations, and public health agencies that are Manifest MedEx participants or are considering joining Manifest MedEx.
Register and share the link to the webinar here. We look forward to seeing you there!
To learn more about how the Data Exchange Framework can help improve healthcare for all Californians, visit dxf.chhs.ca.gov.