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Overview: Understanding the Data Exchange Framework and Data Sharing Agreement Requirements under AB133
Most healthcare entities will be required under AB133 legislation to share health data with each other by 2024 through the CalHHS Data Exchange Framework (DxF). The DxF comprises a single Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) and a common set of Policies and Procedures (P&Ps) that will govern the exchange of health and social services information among healthcare entities and government agencies beginning January 31, 2024. The DxF and DSA were developed with input from a broad set of stakeholders including Manifest MedEx.

Health plans and most health care providers in California must sign the DSA on or before January 31, 2023 and begin sharing data with other participants in the following year.

Join us for an overview on the Data Exchange Framework and Data Sharing Agreement – key deadlines and next steps, what we know and don’t know (yet), and the impact on participants in the MX network, as well other health plans, hospitals, providers, and counties across the state.

We encourage you to submit questions as you register for the webinar and to review recaps of the DxF meetings that Manifest MedEx has provided in the past year.

Speakers:
--Felix Su, Director of Policy, Manifest MedEx and Member, CalHHS DxF Implementation Advisory Committee
--Jason Buckner, Chief Information Officer, Manifest MedEx and Member, CalHHS Data Sharing Agreement and Policies & Procedures Subcommittee


This webinar is scheduled for 45 minutes, with 25 minutes for the presentations and 20 minutes for Q&A.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Dec 1, 2022 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Felix Su
Director of Policy, Manifest MedEx and Member, CalHHS DxF Implementation Advisory Committee
Felix Su is Director of Health Policy for Manifest MedEx, the largest nonprofit health information organization (HIO) in California. He is responsible for advancing state policies and funding for HIOs to become the “data sharing safety net” California needs to succeed in its health equity and transformation agenda. These priorities include the CalAIM Medi-Cal reform initiative and the AB 133 Data Exchange Framework (DxF). Felix regularly engages state legislative staff and agency officials in Sacramento, and he is a member of the State’s DxF Implementation Advisory Committee. He has helped recruit and guide a new coalition of more than 20 health care provider and payer organizations calling for public investment in California’s HIO infrastructure. Prior to joining Manifest MedEx, Felix worked in government affairs at Blue Shield of California, where he led the nonprofit health plan’s long-running strategy to expand state resources and requirements for health information exchange.
Jason Buckner
Chief Information Officer, Manifest MedEx and Member, CalHHS Data Sharing Agreement and Policies & Procedures Subcommittee
Jason has been at the forefront of the nonprofit Health Information Exchange (HIE) industry for over a decade. His previous roles include leadership positions at NC HealthConnex and The Health Collaborative, where he utilized his broad technical experience in interoperability, informatics and analytics to help improve healthcare. Jason has served on multiple national committees including the eHealth Exchange Coordinating Committee. He received his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Queens College in Charlotte, NC.