Sonoma Connect/Sonoma Unidos, a coalition tackling childhood trauma, offers an example of a people-centered network of care that is built upon information sharing

As Connecting for Better Health (C4BH) sets its policy priorities for the coming year, the coalition is looking to expand its advocacy

Rochester RHIO, one of the original organizations to implement what is now called the Invitae Ciitizen Cures Gateway, is providing a real-world

In June, the U.S. Supreme Court Dobbs decision overturned Roe v. Wade’s constitutional abortion protections. The decision has led to a renewed focus nationally and

In prior years, San Diegans experiencing homelessness were transported by emergency medical services to hospital emergency departments, jails, or shelters without any

How can healthcare providers, payers, and public health departments get clinical, social, and Fitbit data about the communities they serve? From a

California’s vast array of healthcare delivery systems can tap into a wide range of available federal funding streams to help comply with

There are countless examples of how seamless data exchange can benefit Californians. The Women, Infants and Children program – better known as

The COVID-19 pandemic made real the need for local health information exchanges and regional health improvement collaboratives. According to Lisa Bari, Chief

By Timi Leslie The need to share health information with our caregivers, care coordinators, and public health teams has never been more

Genia Fick, Vice President of Quality for the Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP), recently updated Connecting for Better Health about the successful

Representatives at the sixth meeting of the state’s Data Exchange Framework Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) recently emphasized the importance of accountability and