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$47 Million Grant Program Launched to Support Data Exchange Needs of Health and Social Services Organizations Serving Under-Resourced, Historically Marginalized, and Underserved Communities
With a January 31, 2024 deadline approaching for many entities to begin securely exchanging health information under the Data Exchange Framework (DxF), the California Health & Human Services Agency’s (CalHHS) Center for Data Insights and Innovation (CDII) is now accepting applications for the first of at least three rounds of Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) Signatory Grants.
California entities that have signed the DSA can apply to receive direct support for DxF implementation, with financial assistance ranging from $15,000 to $50,000, or more via enhanced funding to entities serving underserved communities.
SACRAMENTO, CA — The California Health & Human Services Data...