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The Download

A webinar series meant to inspire dialogue, educate, and share with our MI stakeholder’s audience that will take place the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Questions? joanne.jarvi@mihin.org
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Bits & Bytes

A monthly workshop where stakeholders can connect directly with product, services, tools, with designers and managers on the last Wednesday of each month. Questions? joanne.jarvi@mihin.org
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Workshops & Webinars

Physician Payer Quality Collaborative (PPQC)

      • Purpose: Discuss common pain points in quality measure / gaps in care exchange and advance the architecture that centralizes and standardizes the data flow. The goal is to reduce burden on provider communities and maximize the accuracy of measure calculations.
      • If you are a data sender (PO) or receiver (Payer) and are interested in attending, contact bo.borgnakke@mihin.org
        • April 28
        • July 28
        • October 27

Social Determinants of Health Series

      • In 2020, MiHIN hosted a workshop series with multi-sector stakeholders from across Michigan as groundwork to co-develop optimal pathways for collecting and sharing SDoH data in order to improve health. The recordings are available below for your viewing.
      • This year MiHIN is continuing this important SDOH work. In January, a series of Cross-Sector Data Exchange virtual workshops were hosted for Community Based Organizations, Health Care Teams, and Government Entities to foster important conversations with organizations invested in peoples’ care. Slides from these sessions are available below for your viewing. Additionally, if you’d like to engage in further conversation, contact Joanne Jarvi, Senior Director of Outreach & Market Communications at joanne.jarvi@mihin.org.

Health IT Insights

2021 Webinar Archive:

 


External Conferences/Events

Healthcare is an ever-growing enterprise, and because of that MiHIN partners with organization from the local to national level to continuously spotlight changes and successes, and share knowledge and ideas learned in Michigan. If you’re planning any conferences, workshops, or other events in 2022, we would love the opportunity to partner with you. Please reach out to Joanne Jarvi, Director of Outreach and Advancement, at joanne.jarvi@mihin.org with your offerings and ideas!

      • HIMSS22 – March 14-18, 2022
        • Tim Pletcher will be part of an AWS spotlight with Cloudticity to present on the accomplishments MiHIN has made by using AWS and partnering with Cloudticity
      • 2022 State HIT Connect Summit – April 18-20, 2022
        • April 20 from 8am-845am – States of Implementation Roundtable 9: The State and the HIE: Better Health by Safely Including 42 CFR Part 2 Organizations in the HIE – speaker: Van Ly
      • Executive War College National Lab Hub – June 6-9, 2022
        • Tim Pletcher speaking with 4medica

 


Connecting Michigan for Health and More

Thank you for helping to make the 2021 Connecting Michigan for Health and More event series a great success! We couldn’t have done it without the support of our sponsors, speakers, and attendees. Recordings and presentation decks can be found HERE.

In 2022, we look forward to continuing to convene our partners as we work towards co-creating a Michigan healthcare ecosystem that improves patient experiences and overall health while reducing costs and truly elevating care. If you’re planning any conferences, workshops, or other events in 2022, we would love the opportunity to partner with you. Please reach out to Joanne Jarvi, Director of Outreach and Advancement, at joanne.jarvi@mihin.org with your offerings and ideas!

 


Events Related News

 

Call for Speakers for 2019 Connecting Michigan for Health Conference

Annual Connecting Michigan for Health Conference June 3-5, 2019 LANSING, Mich., October 24, 2018 — Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) announced its call for speakers for the 2019 Connecting Michigan for Health Conference. The 11th annual event will return to the Lansing Center in Lansing, Michigan, June 3-5, 2019 and this year’s theme is Amplify: Boosting the Power of Connectivity. “We are excited to begin a new decade for our annual event,” said Marty Woodruff, Associate Executive Director, MiHIN. “This upcoming year will present more impressive content around the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources and increased opportunities around interoperability. In addition, we look to further audience engagement as we continue to enhance data sharing within the state of Michigan.” The conference...

Improving Healthcare, Patient Safety in Michigan with Information Technology

Improving Healthcare, Patient Safety in Michigan with Information Technology Michigan Governor Rick Snyder Proclaims October 8-12 as Health IT Week LANSING, Mich., October 3, 2018 — In today’s technologically advanced world, electronic health information has become a critical partner for providing optimal care. Sharing patient information in real-time helps healthcare providers coordinate care and gives easy access to the facts needed to give the best treatment. Electronic health information is saving lives. To recognize the importance of health information technology (IT), Governor Rick Snyder has declared the week of October 8 as Health IT Week in Michigan. You can read the official proclamation here: https://mihin.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Health-IT-Week-in-Michigan.pdf Health IT Week is being recognized in Michigan as part of U.S. National Health IT Week, "a nationwide awareness week focused on catalyzing actionable...

4medica Customers Headed to Washington to Advise Nation’s Health Leaders on Patient Identity Matching

MARINA DEL REY, Calif., Aug. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- 4medica announced today that two of the company's patient identity matching customers will be featured session speakers at the upcoming 2018 ONC Interoperability Forum in Washington, D.C., August 6—8. Hosted by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), the forum attracts the nation's health technology leaders from the public, private and non-profit sectors. Over the course of the forum, these leaders will discuss and formulate solutions to achieving true health data interoperability. Patient identity matching is a critical component of this objective, yet has been a struggle for many healthcare organizations in the absence of a national patient ID. With this persistent challenge as the backdrop, The Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) and New Jersey Innovation Institute...

4medica to Show Michigan’s Care Coordinators How to Solve Patient Identity Mismatching

Healthcare data interoperability company is sponsor and exhibitor at 2018 Connecting Michigan for Health Conference LANSING, Mich., June 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- From the floor of the Lansing Convention Center, where care coordinators across Michigan are converging for the 2018 Connecting Michigan for Health Conference, 4medica will be on hand to address one of the most dangerous errors taking place in healthcare today: patient mismatching. Very often, this error begins at intake. With EHRs and other systems regularly storing hundreds of thousands and even millions of patient records, system users frequently pull the wrong patient record. Or, confronted with multiple records for the same patient, they create and add yet another duplicate to the system. Both scenarios set the stage for missing critical information about the patient...