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Using Data to Proactively Identify and Assist High-Risk Patients During COVID-19

PDF: Explore how Inland Empire Foundation for Medical Care (IEFMC) and Riverside County Medical Association (RCMA) launched a two-part outreach program using MX data, helping to reduce the risk of virus transmission and unnecessary hospitalizations for the most vulnerable patients during a fast-moving pandemic.

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MX June Newsletter

Healthcare Utilization in California During Covid

Manifest MedEx Releases Report Indicating Californians Fell as Much as 50% Behind on Medical Care, Especially Preventive Screenings and Children’s Health, During the 2020 Pandemic

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Pandemic Aftershocks: Examining the Decline in Healthcare Utilization in California During COVID-19

Catch-up care post Covid

How Medical Practices Can Prepare for the Post-COVID Boom


MX May Newsletter

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Data, Flexibility, and Community: How One FQHC is Driving the Future of Care


New! Patients Can Now Request Their Unified Health Records from Manifest MedEx


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How Health Plans and Manifest MedEx Partner to Improve Care, Enhance Coordination, and Increase Efficiency


MX April Newsletter

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