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California Data Exchange Framework (DxF) Town Hall #2- Updates and Grants

Thursday, May 25, 2023

12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

The Data Exchange Framework (DxF) is the first-ever CA statewide data-sharing agreement that will expand the secure exchange of health and social service information and support us in providing effective, whole-person care. Join us for an update on this program, as well as an open question-answer session. We will also be providing you with information about $47 million in grant funding available to help practices address barriers to securing DxF within your practice.




Who Should Attend?

  • Acute care hospitals
  • Physician organizations and medical groups
  • Acute psychiatric hospitals
  • Community-based organizations providing social services
  • Behavioral health providers
  • County health, social services, and public health


Meet Our Speakers

Seth Bokser, MD, MPH, FAAP

Seth Bokser, MD, MPH is a Pediatric Hospitalist and Clinical Informaticist. He is a Clinical Professor at the UCSF Medical School and Benioff Children’s Hospital. He has spent over two decades developing and implementing health care technology tools. He is an expert in Electronic Health Record data. His current research is focused on utilizing clinical data to improve clinical diagnostics.




Resham Kaur, MD, FAAP

Dr. Kaur completed her pediatric residency at the Texas A and M program at Driscoll Children’s Hospital, Corpus Christi, Texas. Her first job was at a traditional pediatric practice with OSF Healthcare in Illinois for four years where she served as a vice-chair of primary care. She moved to California in 2018 to work as a Pediatric Hospitalist. She works as a Pediatric Hospitalist with Valley Children’s Healthcare. She is also a member of Section on Early Career Physicians (SOECP), Section on Minority Health, Equity, and Inclusion (SOMHEI) and Section on Global Health (SOGH).




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The California Health and Human Services Agency (CalHHS) oversees departments and state entities that support California’s most vulnerable. Their mission is to work together with counties, cities, and communities, as well as our public, private, faith, and educational partners to make California a healthy, vibrant, inclusive place to live, play, work, and learn.

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