For more than ten years, Connecting Michigan for Health has gathered change makers in healthcare to discuss sharing patient information in new and better ways.
MiHIN has been monitoring news and cases of COVID-19 here in Michigan and in other areas where our staff and colleagues have been traveling. At this time, Connecting Michigan for Health and Legal Summit scheduled for June 1-3 are cancelled, and will be coming back in 2021 as an exciting event series across Michigan.
In other good news, the InterOpathon will be moving virtual (not cancelled) and will have the same focus on understanding how organizations can translate interoperability standards into real-world solutions. You can register here for this exciting event! Or, to find more information and the agenda, please visit us at The Interoperability Institute.
Please stay tuned for all the details on the 2021 event series!
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Not just in healthcare technology, Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) also likes to bring people together, hosting events and conferences around the state. These events spotlight the changes and successes in healthcare, from the local level to the national level. Healthcare is an ever-growing enterprise and because of that MiHIN can be found at other events and conferences around the country.
MiHIN also hosts other events as needed, continuing to focus on the security and growth of Michigan’s healthcare achievements. Our managers have many years of presenting and sharing their healthcare knowledge around the country.
Every year, MiHIN participates as a partner in National Health IT Week (NHIT Week). Led by HIMSS, this annual celebration is an opportunity to raise awareness about the people who passionately work for better health IT to improve healthcare.
The following tools are available for our stakeholders to use in their communications, if desired, in promoting NHIT Week.
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Get involved with NHIT Week and help recognize all of the hard work that you and your colleagues do each day to move health information sharing forward in our state! Additional information is available here: National Health IT Week.