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Use Case Onboardings – February

Posted: 3/1/2021 -  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.  Ambulatory CCDA We Are For Children  Admission, Discharge, Transfer Notifications Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMH for Central Michigan) Lifeways CMH Mid-State Health Network (MSHN) Tuscola Behavioral Health System Huron Behavioral Health Ionia County Community Mental Health Shiawassee Health and Wellness Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Montcalm Care Network Newaygo County Mental Health Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority Gratiot Integrated Health Network HFHN Greenfield Health Services United Healthcare Community Plan (UHC) GHS Immunization Clinic Sparrow Care Network (SCN) Allegry & Asthma Care PC Common Key Service Bay Mills Health Center Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) Tribal Health Center BCMH Physician Group NMU Health Center (Vielmetti) Baraga County Memorial Hospital  Immunization History-Forecast  Allergy & Asthma...

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USQHIN Announces the Launch of the National ADT Hub Network

Published: 2/23/2021 -  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   USQHIN ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF THE NATIONAL ADT HUB NETWORK Network aims to better enable national public health use cases, various federal interoperability goals GRAND RAPIDS, MI - USQHIN today announced the launch of an innovative and collaborative National ADT Hub Network (NAHN) to better enable national public health use cases and various federal interoperability goals...

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Velatura Public Benefit Corporation Helps Connecticut Health Information Exchange Reach Critical Developmental Milestone

Published: 2/4/2021 -  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For additional information, contact: Emily Mata| Communications Manager 517.745.8835| emily.mata@mihin.org Velatura Public Benefit Corporation Helps Connecticut Health Information Exchange Reach Critical Developmental Milestone Connecticut Health Information Alliance is in a position of strength going into 2021 ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Velatura Public Benefit Corporation (Velatura), an industry leader in providing HIT and HIE consulting, implementation and operations services in states across the nation, today announced that Connecticut’s health information exchange, Connie, has secured participation by twenty-five healthcare providers, including two of the state’s largest hospital systems, the largest provider group, and the state’s Medicaid administrative services organization...

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MiHIN Explores Bioethics of Sharing Big Data

Published: 1/28/2021 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 28, 2021 For additional information, contact: Emily Mata |Marketing & Communications Manager Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services 517.745.8835 emily.mata@mihin.org MiHIN Explores Bioethics of Sharing Big Data Panel discussion examined how ethics, sharing may influence country’s pandemic response ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN), a public and private nonprofit created for the purpose of coordinating and building the bridges between the healthcare providers throughout the state, yesterday gathered a national panel of experts to discuss the bioethics of sharing big data, including how ethics may influence our country's pandemic response. “As electronic health information exchange becomes more prominent today, many questions surrounding the bioethics of sharing that information have come to the forefront,” said Tim Pletcher, CEO, MiHIN. “It’s important to discuss the...

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Registration Now Open for Expanding eConsent: Advance Care Planning in the 21st Century

Published: 2/10/2021 -  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 10, 2021 For additional information, contact: Emily Mata |Marketing & Communications Manager Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services 517.745.8835 emily.mata@mihin.org Registration Now Open for Expanding eConsent: Advance Care Planning in the 21st Century A free, one-day virtual conference for health IT professionals Join the Interoperability Institute, Object Management Group®, BPM+ Health, Point-of Care Partners and expert presenters during the Expanding eConsent: Advance Care Planning in the 21st Century conference. This one-day event will explore the viability of eConsent approaches and solutions to address the challenges of Advanced Care Planning, and to determine an approach for an industry action plan to take on these concerns...

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An Alternative Nationwide Health Information Network Has Launched to Scale and Solve National Interoperability Challenges

Published: 2/8/2021 - 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 An Alternative Nationwide Health Information Network Has Launched to Scale and Solve National Interoperability Challenges USQHIN aims to close gaps, emphasize collaboration Grand Rapids, MI - The United States QHIN (USQHIN) has launched as a wholly owned subsidiary of Velatura Public Benefit Corporation, which will use data exchange to scale and solve national interoperability challenges. Historically, national data exchange has been limited by the challenges of exchanging integrated, rationalized data between disparate networks. USQHIN aims to solve this challenge by closing the gap between effective local or regional exchange and national exchange and by emphasizing collaboration and honoring existing network relationships to benefit all participants. USQHIN aligns with the currently understood...

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Velatura Public Benefit Corporation Partners with Georgia Health Information Network to Enhance Current Health Information Exchange

Published: 2/3/2021 -  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  For additional information, contact:   Emily Mata | Communications Manager 517.745.8835 | emily.mata@mihin.org   Velatura Public Benefit Corporation Partners with Georgia Health Information Network to Enhance Current Health Information Exchange  ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), the state-designated health information exchange (HIE) for Georgia, today announced its contract with Velatura Public Benefit Corporation (Velatura). The partnership will replace GaHIN’s current health information platform and expand services for Georgia providers.  GaHIN facilitates the use and secure exchange of patient health information so providers have the information they need at the point of care, resulting in improved quality of care, better health outcomes and reductions in cost. Velatura’s advanced tools and service offerings will reduce onboarding burden and provide more value proposition to HIE members, encouraging more participation within Georgia and across the country...

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The Download – March 2

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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Use Case Onboardings – January

Published: 2/1/2021 -  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  VillageMD Michigan   Admission, Discharge, Transfer Notifications  Tandem 365  VillageMD Michigan   Common Key Service  Garden City Hospital   Immunization History-Forecast  Exclusive Physicians, PLLC   Lab Orders-Results  eMed Labs, LLC.  Northwest Labs Inc  Priva Path Labs (DBA LGC Labs)  Rapid Biosense LLC   Medication Reconciliation  VillageMD Michigan        ...

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MiHIN New Service – Care Coordinator IDs

Published: 1/29/2021 -  MiHIN is happy to announce a new service to help make electronic health information solutions more accessible to care coordinators in Michigan. Care coordinators are an essential part of the health care team. Most often RNs, care coordinators work across the care continuum—including hospitals, primary care, specialties, and post-acute —to provide help and continuity to patients who are high-risk or have complex needs beyond a single episode of care. Despite their critical importance, care coordinators have not historically been able to leverage Health Information Technology (HIT) solutions because many HIT solutions are designed with clinical providers in mind and either don’t fit the needs of care coordinators or aren’t accessible to them. Care coordinators whose organizations participate with MiHIN are now able to request a...

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