Every Californian, no matter where one lives within our state, should be able to walk into a doctor’s office, a county social service agency, or an emergency room and be assured health and social services providers can access the information they need to provide safe, effective, whole-person care—while keeping our data private and secure.
Modernizing Your Patient Experience
The fax is out, the DxF is in.
Despite modern technology being capable of securely transferring health information data, some medical information is still stored on paper, siloed, or unavailable. When shared or transferred by mail, fax, or patients themselves carrying records between appointments, continuity of care is compromised. The Data Exchange Framework (DxF) can relieve this burden and create a more modern, seamless interaction with providers and a better patient experience.
Removing Barriers and Improving Outcomes
More information, better results.
By streamlining secure information exchange, the DxF can greatly improve the completeness of patient records, which has a significant effect on health and wellness outcomes, as past history, current medications, and other information are able to be reviewed during appointments.
Keeping Your Records Private and Secure
For greater peace of mind.
The DxF limits the use and disclosure of individual data to what is legally allowed and needed to provide care and services to the individual patient, and it adopts the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule as the floor of security protections.