Manatt Health April 5, 2021
Jonah P. B. Frohlich, Eric I. Bartholet, Jonathan DiBello

Editor’s Note: In a new report, prepared for the California Health Care Foundation, Manatt summarizes the results of interviews with dozens of health care leaders and stakeholders, as well as insights gained through an analysis of health information exchange (HIE) programs in multiple states. The report, summarized below, defines critical data exchange issues and proposes a set of policy options to address the shortcomings of California’s HIE environment. Click here to download the full report.

The efficient, effective and equitable delivery of care is vital to the well-being of all state residents and necessary for a strong and vibrant economy. It requires information to be exchanged among various groups so that medical, behavioral, social services and public health professionals have...

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