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Helping Government Organizations Achieve Public Health Goals

istock_american_flag_14938923_8colAs the state-designated entity in Michigan for health information exchange, MiHIN works closely with state and federal government to ensure Michigan’s information-sharing efforts meet local and regional needs while aligning with national standards.

MiHIN’s first data-sharing “use case” in production, created in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), allowed electronic submission of immunization information to the state’s immunization information system – the Michigan Care Improvement Registry.

From there, Michigan’s suite of public health data-sharing use cases has grown to include a broad suite of capabilities including:

Many of MiHIN’s services and use cases can also help improve information-sharing capabilities to support Michigan’s Medicaid population. Additional information on these services and use cases can be found in the Services and Use Case Factory sections of our website.