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In our first coalition meeting of 2024 we were joined by DeeAnne McCallin, Deputy Director, Data Exchange Framework, CHHS Center for Data

New national guidance on health equity is underscoring the need for coordinated efforts to address systemic causes like racism, sexism, and generational

Consent is a core infrastructure need to enable data exchange. As California’s Data Exchange Framework and other federal initiatives invest in information

Privacy, consent, and identity are deeply intertwined. For consent management to effectively protect patient privacy while supporting the alignment of services, the

Creating a uniform process around consent to share information is critical to simplifying workflows, decreasing barriers to health care access, and improving

This past fall, Connecting for Better Health was proud to co-host the 2023 Annual California Data Exchange Framework (DxF) Summit alongside the

A new proposed rule from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that would establish disincentives for health care providers

The Authorization to Share Confidential Medi-Cal Information (ASCMI) pilot was a four-week program initiated by the California Department of Health Care Services

An interview with Dr. Tim Pletcher Due to the fragmentation of the U.S. health care system, providers often lack information they need

In late August, Civitas Networks for Health hosted their annual conference to convene health data exchange leaders from across the country working

To ensure continuous coverage for Medicaid members during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE), Congress waived requirements for Medicaid programs to annually

As California simultaneously advances several initiatives to improve care coordination and system transformation in health care, the Department of Health Care Services

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