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Connecting Michigan for Health and More

We are excited to announce an all new 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. Join us in compelling conversations around the challenges, opportunities, and successes within health information exchange… Learn more >

 


The Download

A webinar series meant to inspire dialogue, educate, and share with our Michigan stakeholder audience. Details and registration will be available approximately 1-2 weeks prior. Questions? events@mihin.org…  Learn more >

 


Health IT Insights

A free-to-attend webinar series connecting people, technology, and ideas. Details and registration will be available approximately 1-2 weeks prior. Questions? events@mihin.org

 

 


Workshops

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
          • Sep 16 2021
          • Oct 20 2021 – QMI-PPQC Auditor Informational Session
          • Nov 18 2021

Social Determinants of Health Series

MiHIN Imaging Workshop Series

      • Purpose: MiHIN is convening key stakeholders throughout the state of Michigan to help frame a statewide data sharing opportunity for exchanging medical images. This virtual collaborative workshop series is designed to identify key barriers in exchanging medical images today and prioritize data sharing scenarios based on the additional value for the community. The workshops will focus on building a multi-vendor initiative to broaden the conversation and barriers that are present when sharing medical images between systems. The workshops will result in a White Paper that frames the data sharing opportunity and the associated issues that will be used as the foundation for developing the required functionality to enhance the existing use case. If you are interested in attending, contact tracy.webb@mihin.org
      • January 27 (2:30-5pm) – Session 1: The Current State & Vendor Models for Interoperability
      • February 25 (2:30-5pm) – Session 2: Provider Needs, Patient Benefit, and Voices from Clinicians
      • April 29 (2:30-4:30pm) – Session 4: White Paper Draft & Review
      • May 25 (3:00-4:30pm) – Session 5: Final white paper review

 


External Conferences

Healthcare is an ever-growing enterprise, and because of that The MiHIN Group partners with organizations from the local to national level via presentations and panels at events and conferences to continuously spotlight changes and successes and share knowledge and ideas.

 


Events Related News

 

Connecting Michigan for Health Conference Celebrates Breakthroughs in Health Information Technology

Registration now open for tenth annual conference Lansing, MI, May 08, 2018 – For more than ten years, the Connecting Michigan for Health conference has showcased thought leaders and accomplishments from across the health information technology community. This year brings a special focus on the maturity and availability of technology today that can improve healthcare business processes across the state. Join Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) for Connecting Michigan for Health X: BREAKTHROUGH, at the Lansing Center in Lansing, Michigan, June 6-8, 2018. Registration is now open at www.connectingmichigan.net. “Statewide health information exchange has achieved critical mass as millions of messages pass through the statewide network daily,” said Tim Pletcher, Executive Director, MiHIN. “The exchange of health information enables healthcare providers to better coordinate care for...

Health Data Exchange, Interoperability Major HIMSS18 Focal Points

The HIMSS18 Conference and Exhibition is set to help healthcare professionals tackle serious challenges related to health data exchange and interoperability Featured February 27, 2018 | EHRintelligence.com | Kyle Murphy, EHR Intelligence With 40,000 attendees set to descend on Las Vegas, the 2018 HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition will bring together the nation’s leading healthcare and health IT minds to tackle the nation’s top challenges, two of which are health data exchange and interoperability. The event taking place between March 5 and March 9 at the Venetian, Palazzo, and Sands Expo offers numerous opportunities for healthcare professionals to learn about and explore real-world solutions to enabling the efficient and robust sharing of health information between providers, patients, and other stakeholders. Here is a breakdown of some of the...

WMU to host conference on health IT innovation and cybersecurity

Featured October 10, 2017 | wmich.edu KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Government, industry and academic leaders in health information technology and cybersecurity will headline a conference focused on "Exploring Health IT Innovation and Cybersecurity in the Digital Era" at Western Michigan University Thursday and Friday, Nov. 2-3. The conference will cover everything from the basics all the way up to the most complicated points in cybersecurity and IT development such as medical device security and hacking vulnerabilities in the healthcare industry. If you attend, it will be expected that you have a sound knowledge of IoT but you're not expected to understand all of the topics covered. At a minimum, it might prompt you to reach out to an agency like Five Nines and see how you can outsource your...

FHIR Visionaries Focus on Consumer Access

Get Real Health to Help Lead HL7 FHIR® Consumer Centered Data Exchange Connectathon Featured September 06, 2017 | prweb.com | Kathleen Silverstein, PRWEB Get Real Health and the National Association for Trusted Exchange (NATE) are pleased to announce their enthusiastic participation in a new effort aimed at making it easier for patients to take control of their health data. Designed for easy implementation, HL7’s Fast Health Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) standard combines the best of earlier HL7® standards with the latest web technologies for health interoperability that is astonishingly quick and cost-effective to develop. The HL7 FHIR development community recently announced a brand new development program focused on consumer engagement: the Consumer Centered Data Exchange (CCDE) Track. With leadership from Graham Grieve, NATE and Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN), Get Real Health will...