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Death Notifications Use Case – MiHIN
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Death Notifications Use Case

There are approximately 90,000 deaths annually in Michigan, a death rate of almost 0.1 percent. Roughly 75% of these deaths are residents over the age of 65 who are likely to have been Medicare beneficiaries.[1]

 

Notifying healthcare organizations quickly when a death occurs can help reduce waste and prevent fraud. Death notifications may also indicate that the deceased was a doctor or healthcare professional to help pharmacies avoid filling counterfeit prescriptions.

 

The purpose of the Death Notifications use case is to report deaths in a timely and accurate fashion. Electronic death notifications help improve awareness of the event, avoid unnecessary and wasteful spending, preclude falsified insurance claims, and stop the dispensation of prescribed medications.

 

Documents for this use case are shown below. For any questions regarding these documents, please contact us.

 

Use Case Summary:

 

MiHIN Death Notifications Summary

[1] “Number of Deaths and Age-adjusted Mortality Rates for the Ten Leading Causes of Death, Michigan and United States Residents, 2014,” accessed on August 5, 2016, http://www.mdch.state.mi.us/pha/osr/ deaths/causrankcnty.asp