Access FAQ Answers to common questions about MX Access
MX Access provides you with longitudinal health records for your patients, including recent encounters, allergies, medications, lab results and others -- all from the largest health data network in California.
Knowledge is power. You can make better informed clinical decisions by accessing our comprehensive patient health record which includes data collected over the past 5 years from across California. This also allows you to quickly and efficiently identify and address gaps in care, lower the risk of adverse events, avoid duplicate tests and procedures, and improve patient care and follow-up.
MX Access gathers real-time data from across the MX network of independent participants. The system de-duplicates and aggregates clinical and claim data into a single medical record, allowing you to access the data quickly and easily. Moreover, with our flexible API, we can deliver our data directly into your EMR to accommodate your existing workflows.
In addition to reviewing patient health records via the MX Access portal, you can also have them securely integrated directly into your organization’s electronic health record system, population health management platform, or any other care coordination system.
MX Access gives you a wide range of information collected from various sources such as hospitals, clinics, labs, health plans, and other HIEs. This information includes, but is not limited to, demographics, encounters, problems, procedures, medications, allergies, labs, patient documents, vaccinations, insurance, and claims data. All of the patient data is compiled into a single view.
MX Access receives patient information from the sending source in real time. Therefore, you can see up-to-date information within moments of an event taking place.
Yes. As long as the patient has not opted out, you can search and view the medical record for any patient in our system.
First, make sure your organization is an MX participant. If so, ask your organization administrator to grant you access to the portal. If not, please visit manifestmedex.org/join-us/ to start the sign-up process today.
If you’re experiencing any type of system performance or data issues, please contact our MX support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, you will not be able to access a patient’s medical record if their consent status is set to opted-out.
If the patient is opted-out, you will not be able to access their medical record. If the patient wants to change their consent status, they can do so on the MX website at manifestmedex.org/opt-out/ or by calling MX at 1-800-490-7617.
Patients can change their consent status on the MX website at manifestmedex.org/opt-out/ or by calling MX at 1-800-490-7617.
Information about MX Access and other MX products can be found on our website at https://www.manifestmedex.org/resources/
You can also sign up for training by filling out a form found here https://www.manifestmedex.org/mx-access-training-form/