DxF Grant Application for TA or QHIO Onboarding
DATE: Monday, December 11th, 2023
TIME: 2pm to 3:30pm
Data Exchange Framework (DxF) Grant Application for either Technical Assistance (TA) or Qualified Health Information Organization (QHIO) Onboarding.
Is your health center ready to submit your Data Exchange Framework (DxF) Grant Application for either Technical Assistance (TA) or Qualified Health Information Organization (QHIO) Onboarding? If you have last-minute questions before you submit our application on December 15, this webinar opportunity is for you. Join the Center for Data Insights and Innovation (CDII) and CPCA staff to get your questions answered before you submit your application for grant funding. During this 90 minute webinar participants will be provided with tips on application submission and details on next steps for implementation of the DxF. We also invite you to come with questions to get help with your application submission.
- Gain insight on unanswered questions for a successful submission of the DxF grant application.
- Understand the grant opportunity and how it will help your health center.
- Learn the requirements needed to apply for the DxF grant opportunity.
- Lucy Saenz, Deputy Director of Data Informatics, CPCA
There is no charge for this webinar due to specific grant funding.
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