Newborn Screening – CCHD Use Case – MiHIN
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Newborn Screening – CCHD Use Case

Babies with a confirmed diagnosis of critical congenital heart disease (CCHD) are at risk of serious complications within the first few days or weeks of life and often require emergency care.


Receipt of CCHD test screening results in near real-time from the state’s birthing hospitals helps the state to improve beneficiary consumer health and reduce consumer healthcare costs through early detection.


The Newborn Screening – CCHD use case scenario allows real-time transmission of CCHD test screening results from birthing hospitals to the state, without additional workflow steps. The newborn screening message for CCHD will first transmit information to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Newborn Screening Registry.


Documents for this use case scenario are shown below. For any questions regarding these documents, please contact us.


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