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Interoperability Institute

The Download – January 12

Please join us for The Download monthly webinar. Date And Time Tue, January 12, 2021 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM EST About this Event Join MiHIN for The Download, a monthly webinar featuring Michigan HIE news and updates on policy, use cases, data-sharing tools, and more. This virtual forum provides a timely and focused setting for MiHIN’s trusted data-exchange partners and other interested parties to be informed about how MiHIN’s shared services are improving health and healthcare throughout Michigan. The agenda for January's webinar will be shared shortly. ...

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Reflecting On 2020

Published: 11/30/2020 -  The end of a historical year will soon be upon us. Even as we continue to navigate the challenges that this year has brought, there is much for which to be thankful. It is my pleasure to connect with you on behalf of all of us at MiHIN, Velatura, The Interoperability Institute, and USQHIN to offer our warmest wishes for a safe, happy, and enjoyable time of celebration.    2020 has been a period of significant challenge and personal hardship for the many organizations and people we serve. The MiHIN Group has only been able to successfully respond to the rapid change and growing demands because of the committed and collaborative relationships we are fortunate to share with our stakeholders in Michigan and across the...

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State Of Interoperability Among Major U.S. Cities

Published: 11/30/2020 -  The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology ONC Data Brief | No. 53 | October 2020 State of Interoperability among Major U.S. Cities Yuriy Pylypchuk, PhD & Christian Johnson, MPH Approximately 80 percent of the U.S. population and more than 90 percent of the nation’s physicians reside in urban areas. While cities are central to many cultural, economic, and transportation activities, these densely populated and interconnected centers can become vulnerable to infectious disease outbreaks and other health crises...

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Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services Named Internship Employer of the Year

Published: 11/30/2020 -  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For additional information, contact: Emily Mata |Marketing & Communications Manager Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services 517.745.8835 emily.mata@mihin.org Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services Named Internship Employer of the Year  ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN),  a public and private nonprofit collaboration dedicated to supporting the statewide exchange of health information, has been named Internship Employer of the Year by the Grand Valley State University’s (GVSU) Professional Science Master’s (PSM) Programs...

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Conditions of Participation

Published: 11/30/2020 -  Over the past few months, MiHIN has been closely tracking the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Conditions of Participation (CoP) requirements for Admissions, Discharge, and Transfer (ADT) messages. When a “final rule,” also known as a regulation, is released from the federal government, it gives agencies the authority they need to impose requirements on certain healthcare players. For example, when the CMS Final Interoperability Rule was released earlier this year, it imposed requirements on payers and hospitals to meet various requirements. One of these requirements placed a mandate on all hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, and critical access hospitals to send ADT messages. While it may seem straightforward to place a requirement on entities within the healthcare community, the challenge comes when agencies are required...

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Behavioral Health and ADTs and eConsent Product Updates 

Published: 11/30/2020 -  Starting immediately, MiHIN will begin to actively engage behavioral health facilities that do not need consent to share Admission, Discharge, Transfer (ADT) information to participate in the Statewide ADT Service.    According to the Michigan Standards for Behavioral Health ADT Records “Recommendations of the CIO Forum” white paper, information will be routed from a CMH, through MiHIN, to participating providers (primary care, hospitals, or other behavioral health organizations). This will enable behavioral health information to start flowing to the active care team now.    For organizations that require consent to share specially protected information in line with federal and state regulations, MiHIN has begun creating the Behavioral Health SPI ADT Use Case. This use case will partner with our eConsent Use Case to enable specially protected ADT data to flow to the active care team members that have a consent...

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November 2020* Use Case Onboardings

Published: 11/25/2020 -  MiHIN is pleased to announce the following organizations have onboarded to use cases and now sharing various types of data, statewide through the health information network.  To learn more about a use case, click on the link provided.   Active Care Relationship Service Hypertension Nephrology Associates   Admission, Discharge, Transfer Notifications Aledade, Inc Priority Health   Ambulatory CCDA Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Madison Heights Campus (MIDET) Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Warren Campus (MIDET) Ascension Providence Park Hospital, Novi Campus (MIDET) Ascension River District Hospital   Common Key Service Hurley Medical Center   Statewide Lab Order-Results DASCENA, INC Memorial Hospital dba Memorial Healthcare   Medication Reconciliation UPHP Care Manager Cely UPHP Care Manager Veiht   *This list reflects onboardings that occurred Nov 1 – Nov 27, 2020....

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Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services Announces Virtual Event Series for 2021

Published: 11/19/2020 -  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For additional information, contact: Emily Mata |Marketing & Communications Manager Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services 517.745.8835 emily.mata@mihin.org ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN), a public and private nonprofit collaboration dedicated to supporting the statewide exchange of health information, announced a re-envisioned virtual event series for 2021...

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The Download – December 1

Please join us for The Download monthly webinar. Date And Time Tue, December 1, 2020 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM EST About this Event The agenda for December's webinar is: Coming Soon! Join MiHIN for The Download, a monthly webinar featuring Michigan HIE news and updates on policy, use cases, data-sharing tools, and more. This virtual forum provides a timely and focused setting for MiHIN’s trusted data-exchange partners and other interested parties to be informed about how MiHIN’s shared services are improving health and healthcare throughout Michigan. ...

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