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MX Advisory Committee
The Advisory Committee assists Manifest MedEx (MX) to understand the needs of its participants, align products and services and policies with industry developments, and to adopt best practices. The committee acts as a voice for MX users, shares best practices, and proposes new products, technologies, or policy changes for MX consideration. The committee also serves as a key communication channel between MX leadership, MX participants, and stakeholders on recommendation and outcomes.
The MX Advisory Committee voting seats are comprised of MX participants and Health Information Organizations (HIO). Voting members are selected with emphasis on a diversity of roles, organizations, geographies and professional backgrounds, as well as relevant experience.
The Advisory Committee is currently composed of the following participant leaders, and seeking additional nominees. Contact us to learn more.
Cameron Kaiser, M.D.
Riverside University Health System - Public Health
Chief Information Officer
Inland Empire Foundation for Medical Care
Riverside Medical Clinic
Inland Empire Health Information Organization
Farhan Fadoo, M.D.
Chief Medical Information Officer
San Joaquin General Hospital
San Joaquin County Health Care Services
Kristan Lea Staudenmayer, M.D.
Associate Professor of Surgery
Stanford University Medical Center
Chief Information Officer
Health Plan of San Joaquin
Vice President, Clinical Quality
Golden Valley Health Centers
Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Technology
Community Medical Centers
The MX user group is open to all MX participants and their end users. The user group is a forum for you to directly engage with Manifest MedEx to learn about and to influence the future direction of MX products and services. Meetings are scheduled twice per year. Contact us to learn more.
The MX Ideas Board is a forum for ideas and feedback on products and services. You can create your own ideas, vote on, follow, and comment on the ideas of other users. Ideas are used by the MX team to help inform product planning.
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MX holds several events each year to explore how best to leverage health information for better community health outcomes. Experts gathered in Los Angeles this February to discuss how health information could be used to transform opioid abuse prevention and treatment in California.