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Across the Care Continuum, Improving Patient Matching Capabilities Has Become Paramount

December 13, 2018 by Rajiv Leventhal, Managing Editor, Healthcare Informatics Patient matching—the ability to accurately link all of a patient’s health data within and across health systems—has been a challenge for the healthcare industry for decades, and the lack of a nationwide patient matching strategy remains one of the largest unresolved issues in the safe and secure electronic exchange of medical data. Source: Healthcare Informatics ...

Michigan Health Information Network Scheduled to Speak at ONC Annual Meeting & Developer Workshop

LANSING, Mich., Nov. 26, 2018 – Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) will be presenting at the 2018 Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) Annual Meeting taking place in Washington, D.C. November 29 - 30, 2018 and the Playing with FHIR® Developer Workshop leading up to the Annual Meeting on November 27 - 28, 2018. ONC Annual Meeting Tim Pletcher, MiHIN executive director, will be participating as a panelist during a breakout session “State Data Sharing (HIE) Interoperability Design and Implementation Perspectives” alongside representatives from the Connecticut Health Information Exchange and MyHealth Access Network, the state of Oklahoma’s health information exchange. During the panel, Tim will highlight Michigan’s continued efforts to encourage data-sharing as well as interoperability models that support alignment of...

Call for Speakers for 2019 Connecting Michigan for Health Conference

Annual Connecting Michigan for Health Conference June 3-5, 2019 LANSING, Mich., October 24, 2018 — Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) announced its call for speakers for the 2019 Connecting Michigan for Health Conference. The 11th annual event will return to the Lansing Center in Lansing, Michigan, June 3-5, 2019 and this year’s theme is Amplify: Boosting the Power of Connectivity. “We are excited to begin a new decade for our annual event,” said Marty Woodruff, Associate Executive Director, MiHIN. “This upcoming year will present more impressive content around the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources and increased opportunities around interoperability. In addition, we look to further audience engagement as we continue to enhance data sharing within the state of Michigan.” The conference...

How streamlined data exchange in Michigan provided a boost to population health

The road to national healthcare interoperability is long. While the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT finalizes the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, some states are venturing out on their own. Case in point: Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN)...

Michigan Health Information Network’s Patient Matching Strategy Improves Electronic Information Sharing

Marina del Rey, CA—August 15, 2018 — 4medica announced today that its master patient index (MPI) technology is being used by the Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) to make sure incoming patient data is accurately and swiftly matched to the right patient record, helping to ensure the correct healthcare providers are receiving information about their patients that is exchanged through the statewide network. MiHIN uses the 4medica Big Data MPI along with a private patient attribute or “common key” that links individuals and their health information across systems and organizations. The combined solution enables MiHIN to match patient identities in real time. This is crucial, as MiHIN coordinates and bridges communication between providers throughout the state, a volume of transactions that numbers in the tens...