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

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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Data Exchange Framework Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting #2

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Manifest MedEx Announces Mimi Hall as Director, Public Health Innovation


Data Exchange Framework Stakeholder Advisory Group Convenes for Inaugural Meeting

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Patient Demographics in MX Access Documents and Popup Windows

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California Appoints Health and Human Services Stakeholder Advisory Group


Manifest MedEx to Begin NCQA Data Aggregator Validation for Measure Year 2021


AB 133 Requires Data Sharing Between Healthcare Organizations


The $87M Push That Could Make or Break Our Public Health Data System


Manifest MedEx Supports California’s Bold Move to Require Data Sharing Between Healthcare Entities by 2024


MX July Newsletter

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