Dec 03, 2017

2 insurance rivals team up for info-sharing network - SFGate

The California Integrated Data Exchange, or Cal Index, will seek to do what has largely been elusive in the health care industry: connect electronic medical records from different doctors and hospitals, integrate that part with claims data, and allow the physicians to share information through a secure system. Organizers say the effort could help patients get care more quickly, reduce the risk...

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