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The Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) represents a common ground for conversations about sharing health information in Michigan. We believe that providing better care for a healthier Michigan requires better communication between the organizations invested in you and your health.
Sharing health information in Michigan is easier when everyone commits to using the same standards. MiHIN’s shared services are solutions that go beyond technology to improve processes, create standards, and reduce burdens. We do the detailed, behind-the-scenes work to bring groups together and listen to their input to build better solutions, because we believe it is possible to improve your healthcare.
Sharing information about screenings for Critical Congenital Heart Disease (CCHD) in newborns allows real-time transmission of test results from birthing hospitals to the state.
We recognize the unique needs of our stakeholders and the challenges we share in healthcare. Together, our work has made Michigan a leading state in sharing health information. Learn how your organization can join and contribute!
Your “care team” includes all the people invested in you and your health. MiHIN offers shared services to make it easier for your care team – and for you – to work together. Learn more about how you can access and update your health information
From our local communities to the national level, MiHIN collaborates with health and human services organizations involved in all aspects of your care. Read the latest news about MiHIN and our partner organizations.
IOI is a member of Project Unify, an initiative launched by the Stewards of Change to advance interoperability and information sharing acr
To make the best healthcare decisions and recommendations, your doctors need complete and up-to-date information. Knowing who cares for you helps identify who needs to receive information about your health. MiHIN’s Active Care Relationship Service® (ACRS®) makes it possible for your doctors to receive updates if your health or care plan changes.
MiHIN’s success comes from our ability to start discussions that help everyone move in the same direction. Working with organizations across the state, MiHIN helps your care team to focus on improving your care by creating shared goals, shared vision, and shared services throughout Michigan.
Do you want to make a positive impact in healthcare? Are you looking for a job in a stimulating work environment with flexible/virtual work arrangements? Check out our available positions and join the MiHIN team!