Exchanges – MiHIN
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A health information exchange is an organization that helps doctors, hospitals and other healthcare providers electronically share information about a patient, so they can take better care of the patient. Sometimes the phrase “health information exchange” is used as a verb that describes the process of sharing health information, and sometimes the phrase is used as a noun to describe organizations that help make the process happen.

In Michigan there are several health information exchanges connected to MiHIN, each working to make easier access to healthcare information a reality. These exchanges work directly with hospitals, doctors, physician organizations and other healthcare providers to improve communication regarding a patient’s care.

The health information exchanges currently connected to MiHIN include:

Healthcare Providers: How do you choose a health information exchange that’s right for you?