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standards and requirements in healthcare data sharing.
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Join a robust community of leaders, including hospital & health systems, providers, social services, and health plans.
“LANES helps us connect the dots of the patient’s stays and visits with other clinicians outside of Chinatown Service Center. This is invaluable for the patients, who often use the ED as a primary care office, and the data we have through LANES especially on county and Medi-Cal patients.”
Our Greater Los Angeles Area Network
How LANES Helps
Seamless care coordination between health and behavioral health care providers help care teams deliver the most effective and efficient patient services for the best health outcomes.
Data analytics and risk stratification can enable providers to identify and address gaps in care among populations, and thus improve community health.
Helping healthcare organizations meeting reporting and compliances requirements such as Meaningful Use, UDS, and HEDIS.
Whole Person Care
Connecting physical, mental, and community service providers to streamline care coordination and foster easier access to vital services to support
CalAIM and value-based care.
Improving Health Access Across Greater Los Angeles
Patients in Our Network
Of Local Community Clinics Represented
Top Tier Hospital Particpants
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