Top

Connecting Michigan for Health and More

cmh_logo_sm

Next Event: November 9

We are excited to announce an all new virtual Connecting Michigan for Health and More event series for 2021! This series will include five virtual events, a combination of full-day conferences and half-day workshops, which aim to bring together leaders in healthcare, legal policy, interoperability, and many more.

Throughout the year, we will explore the new paradigm of Healthcare Technology 3.0 and its implications for the ongoing evolution of healthcare delivery, experience, cost, and outcomes. Topics will include, but are not limited to, social determinants of health, CMS/ONC final rules, eConsent, and virtual care.

2020 has been a “perfect storm” across the healthcare continuum. Many of the issues and topics that have been top of mind in healthcare for the last few years will still be pertinent in 2021 but must now be viewed in the context of all that transpired in the previous year.

 Dates & Agendas

Upcoming Events


  • November 9 – Summary of Healthcare Technology 3.0 – Exploring the New Paradigm  | Working Agenda >

 

Past Events  (Videos/Presentations)


  • March 23 – Introduction to Healthcare Technology 3.0 – Exploring the New Paradigm  |  Videos>

Opening Keynote Presentation | Bioethics Presentation | eConsent Presentation | IOL Presentation
SDoH Presentation | Telehealth Presentation | Closing Keynote Presentation

Care Sector Coordination | Policy/Privacy/Consent | Interoperability of DataTechnology
March Recap and April Breakout Intros

  • June 24 – Virtual Care (Telehealth & Patient Reported Outcomes) Workshop  |  Video>

Breakout #1 – Clinical InnovationBreakout #2 – Consumer Health Interoperability

  • October 7 – The Future of Electronic Consent Workshop

Videos > Introduction & eConsent Over the Years | Panel Discussion: eConsent Community of Practice | eConsent for Medical Treatment | eConsent for Advance Care Directives | Introduction to Breakout Sessions | Summary of Breakout Discussions & Closeout

Intro SlidesPanelist Slide | Presenter Slides | Breakouts & BreakBreakout#1 Tech Notes | Tech PPTBreakout#2 Legal Notes | Legal PPT

 Speakers

NOTES: Check back for speaker updates, as we’re adding more frequently. Click on the Speaker’s name to view their bio.

Role

Speaker

Organization

Panelist, Covid Urges HIE to HDU Model
Kim Bachelder
Director of State Gov. Accounts, Asst. to Sr. Product Marketing Mgr. for SDoH, MiHIN
Panelist, Covid Urges HIE to HDU Model
Angie Bass
Executive Vice President, Velatura Health Information Exchange Corporation
Panelist, SDoH
Greg Bloom
Founder, Open Referral
Presenter, Vendor Initiative
Bo Borgnakke
Corporate Account Executive, MIHIN
Panelist, InterOp Community Spotlight
Ben Cushing
Field CTO, Federal Health at Red Hat
Keynote Speaker
Elizabeth Hertel
Director, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Panelist, Covid Urges HIE to HDU Model
David Horrocks
President & CEO, CRISP
Emcee
Joanne Jarvi
Director of Outreach and Advancement, MiHIN
Panelist, SDoH
Maureen Kirkwood
Executive Director
Panelist, SDoH
Michael Klinkman
Professor, Department of Psychiatry University of Michigan Health System
Presenter, InterOp Community Spotlight
Mary Kratz
Executive Vice President, Interoperability Institute
Panelist, Policy
Deven McGraw
Lead, Data Stewardship and Data Sharing for the Citizen platform at Invitae
Presenter, Vendor Initiative
Gerry Miller
Founder & CEO, Cloudticity
Presenter, HITC Agenda
Beth Nagel
Sr. Deputy Director of Policy, Planning & Operational Support Administration, MDHHS
Lead, SDoH
Lisa Nicolaou
Social Determinant of Health (SDOH) Program Director, MiHIN
Lead, Policy Panel
Shreya Patel
Chief Policy & Privacy Officer, MiHIN
Presenter/Panelist, Policy
Paulo Pinho
Vice President & Medical Director of Innovation, Diameter Health
Opening/Closing
Moderator

Tim Pletcher
Founder and Leader, MiHIN Constellation of Companies
Panelist, SDoH
Ken Toll
President & CEO, United Way of Jackson County
Panelist, InterOp Community Spotlight
Amit Trivedi
Director, Informatics & Health IT Standards at HIMSS
Presenter, Vendor Initiative
John Vismara
Vice President at United Physicians, Inc and President of Ingenium, LLC
Panelist, Covid Urges HIE to HDU Model
Marty Woodruff
Chief Operating Officer, MiHIN
Presenter, Vendor Initiative
Danny Zajac
Health Care Analyst for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

 Thank You To Our Sponsors!

DIAMOND

bcbs-logo-250px

PLATINUM

cloudticity-logo-250px

TITANIUM

aug-wht-bck-web-sm-250px

TITANIUM

diam-hlth-spsr-logo

TITANIUM

hfss-logo-250px

GOLD

fitzmaurice-gavin-logo

EXHIBITOR

e-health-tech-logo-web-sm

EXHIBITOR

mahplogo_web_sm_250px

SUPPORTER

himss-logo-250px

 STAY UP TO DATE. Be the first to hear the latest on conference news and events by emailing connectingmichigan@mihin.org

Related News


Connecting Michigan for Health and More – March 23rd Event Wrap-Up

Published: 4/2/21 -  March 23rd EVENT RECAP  Healthcare 3.0 – Exploring the New Paradigm  The business and practice of healthcare delivery has shifted dramatically at notable inflection points in recent years, and technological innovation has played a central role in these changes. The onset of Covid-19 prompted the need for significant changes in healthcare and had a significant impact on important ongoing issues including social determinants of health (SDoH), public, and population health. Add to that the new regulatory requirements on payers and providers prompted by the ONC/CMS Final Rules, the 21st Century Cures Act and the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA). MiHIN’s 2021 virtual conference series, Connecting Michigan for Health and More, is focused on exploring this new paradigm of Healthcare 3.0 and its implications...

Share

Michigan Health Information Network Kicks Off Virtual Event Series

Published: 3/24/21 -  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 24, 2021 For additional information, contact: Emily Mata | Marketing & Communications Manager 517.745.8835 | emily.mata@mihin.org Michigan Health Information Network Kicks Off Virtual Event Series First event focuses on implications of COVID-19, future of health care delivery  GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) yesterday kicked off their 2021 virtual event series, Connecting Michigan for Health and More. The series includes five virtual events over the course of the year, including a combination of full-day conferences and half-day workshops which aim to bring together leaders in healthcare, legal policy, interoperability and more. Yesterday’s kickoff event, Introduction to Healthcare Technology — Exploring the New Paradigm, examined the implications for the ongoing evolution of healthcare delivery, experience, costs and outcomes...

Share

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...

Share

MiHIN Plays Critical Role in COVID-19 Response in Michigan

Published: 10/2/2020 -  HIEs and HINs across the U.S. have been supporting healthcare providers in their response to the on-going COVID-19 Pandemic. MiHIN maintains real-time COVID results delivery to the Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS) as well as to health departments, payers, and clinicians across the state, leveraging their core use cases. EARLY RESPONSE FOR DETROIT In early March, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, MiHIN put its expertise to work in Metro Detroit to spin up a data tracking operation for the drive-by COVID-19 testing facility located at the former Michigan Fairgrounds. Using MiHIN’s health information exchange technology, physician orders for patients requiring COVID-19 testing were sent electronically, notifying clinical support staff at the fairgrounds of the expected volume and specific patients they could expect each day....

Share