Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services amplifies patient data exchange efforts to aid in COVID-19 response

East Lansing, Mich.— With the COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) is working closely with Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) to increase the ability to securely exchange real-time patient data. MiHIN has amplified their patient data exchange delivery in metro Detroit at Detroit Medical Center, Trinity Health System and Henry Ford Health System and plans to expand this aid statewide. These efforts will allow for increased efficiency, seamless care and reduce burdens on physicians and health care workers on the frontline. MiHIN has used critical patient data to create the following reports in response to COVID-19: Admissions to an Emergency Department for COVID and Non-COVID Discharges from an Emergency Department COVID and Non-COVID Admission In-Patient COVID and Non-COVID Discharge from...