Center for Data Insights & Innovation
The Center for Data Insights and Innovation (CDII) was established in 2020 to advance California Health & Human Services Agency’s (CalHHS) data initiatives. CDII continues to develop data-driven products and services designed to improve data sharing while providing data privacy guidance throughout CalHHS. CDII’s mission is to better the lives of ALL Californians by turning data into insights, knowledge and equitable action.
For more information, visit the Center for Data Insights and Innovation website.
Data Exchange Framework
The Data Exchange Framework (DxF) is an opportunity to create equitable and affordable health information exchange, so that patients, providers, and other healthcare entities can access the health information they need, wherever they are and whenever they need it.
The DxF DSA Signing Portal is now open for providers and healthcare entities to take the first step for better health information exchange. The DSA is a signed agreement between hospitals, physician organizations and medical groups, skilled nursing facilities, health plans and disability insurers, clinical laboratories, and acute psychiatric hospitals to share patient information safely.
California Health and Safety code requires most providers and healthcare entities to sign the DSA by January 31, 2023.
Take the first step today. Visit the CalHHS Data Sharing Agreement Signing Portal to sign the DSA.
CalHHS Open Data Portal
CalHHS launched its Open Data initiative to increase public access to one of the State’s most valuable assets—non-confidential health and human services data.
Data News on Twitter
Follow @CHHSDataNews on Twitter for updates on new datasets.
CalHHS Program Dashboard
The Dashboard contains participation data related to seven California Health & Human Services agency programs.
Open Data Catalog
This is a catalog of all resources currently available on the Open Data Portal.
CalHHS Data Playbook
The Playbook is a mechanism to disseminate best practices and lessons learned across the Agency, consisting of resources and toolkits to help staff navigate data projects and discuss data-related topics in nontechnical language.
The CalHHS Data De-Identification Guidelines describe a procedure to be used by Departments and offices in the Agency to assess data for public release.
Data sharing at CalHHS is governed by the CalHHS data exchange agreement, which includes one master agreement and subordinate “Business Use Case Proposals” containing the specific business case to document each data exchange under the master agreement.
The goal of CalHHS Record Reconciliation is to link and organize administrative, client-level records to improve statistical analysis of CalHHS clients.