Improving Public Health and Communicable Disease Control With Health Information Exchange

How the largest county in the U.S. launched an innovative prevention effort using ADT alerts and longitudinal patient records to coordinate care for vulnerable pregnant women The San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (SBCDPH) works in partnership with their communities to promote and improve health, wellness, safety, and quality of life in San Bernardino…

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Manifest MedEx’s February Webinar – Partner with Manifest MedEx, a nonprofit Qualified Health Information Organization (QHIO), to Meet Your DxF Requirements

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Manifest MedEx Launches the California ADT Network

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MX January Newsletter

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Manifest MedEx Launches No-Cost California ADT Network

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Manifest MedEx Launches the California ADT Network, a Free Acute and Post-Acute Event Notification Exchange for California

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MX December Newsletter


Los Angeles County Street Medicine Provider Uses Longitudinal Patient Records from Manifest MedEx to Care for Older Adults and Other Individuals Experiencing Homelessness


San Joaquin County’s Goal to Leverage Real-time Health Data to Improve Public Health

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Are You Ready for the January 2024 CalHHS Data Exchange Framework (DxF) Deadline?

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Can Hospital ADT Notifications Change the Game For Value-Based Care? One Aledade Case Study Shows What is Possible

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