Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans – MiHIN
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Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans

A Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan (PIHP) is an organization that is responsible for managing Medicaid services related to behavioral health and development disabilities. A PIHP also provides medical services to consumers under a contract with the state Medicaid agency with prepaid capitation payments, is responsible for arranging inpatient care; and does not have a comprehensive risk contract.

Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services works with the ten PIHP’s throughout Michigan, including: