Governor Newsom Outlines a Bold Proposal to Accelerate Health Information Exchange in California

Governor Newsom’s 2021-2022 budget includes an ambitious proposal to enhance health and improve healthcare in California by tying provider and plan participation in Medi-Cal, Covered California and CalPERS to participation in health information exchange. We applaud this strategy which copies successful models in other states including Maryland, Arizona, New York, North Carolina and the District…

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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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