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Southeast Michigan Beacon Community becomes a Qualified Data Sharing Organization

East Lansing, MI, Dec. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) has announced that Southeast Michigan Beacon Community (SEMBC), and its Health Information Exchange, BeaconLink2Health, has recently become a fully-qualified data sharing organization for the electronic sharing of health information through MiHIN.  SEMBC will have full access to MiHIN's shared services including Public Health Reporting through MiHIN to the State of Michigan's Department of Community Health (MDCH). By entering into MiHIN's legal umbrella for secure and private electronic Health Information Exchange (HIE), SEMBC joins a dynamic group of organizations already participating in this arrangement, which includes the State of Michigan's MDCH Data Hub and all six sub-state health information exchanges in Michigan which are already qualified data sharing organizations: Great Lakes Health Information...

Care Team Connect Launches Integration to MiHIN

Featured December 19, 2012 | businesswire.com | Morgan Ribeiro, Care Team Connect Health Information Exchange will provide real-time updates for 25,000 MiPCT patients EVANSTON, Ill. & GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Officials with Care Team Connect announced today the completion of their integration into the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN), the state’s initiative to improve health care quality, cost, efficiency and patient safety through electronic exchange of health information. Care managers for patients participating in the Michigan Primary Care Transformation Project (MiPCT) and under the care of CareBridge physician practices are receiving real-time notifications of admissions, discharges and transfer (ADT) from Grand Rapids-area hospitals. During this initial launch, Care Team Connect will provide real time updates and alerts for 25,000 of the 120,000 MiPCT patients across the state of Michigan for whom CareBridge...

Competition among health information exchanges slows development of Michigan system

Featured October 8, 2012 | modernhealthcare.com | Jay Greene, Modern Healthcare A plan intended to foster interconnected health information exchanges across the state has gone awry as companies providing the services compete for hospitals, physicians and market share. The health information exchanges -- not to be confused with the health insurance exchanges under health care reform -- are intended to help make it easier for hospitals and physicians to exchange patient information, thereby achieving lower costs and higher quality by better coordinating care and reducing service duplication. The problem is the two exchanges with the biggest market share, Okemos-based Great Lakes HIE and Grand Rapids-based Michigan Health Connect, use different information systems that cannot exchange data with providers that select other exchanges. The executive directors of the two HIEs, Carol Parker of Great Lakes...

U of M Health System partners with IHA, Huron Valley Physicians in information exchange

Featured September 17, 2012 | heritagenews.com | Ann Arbor Journal Two physician groups have joined the University of Michigan Health System in choosing a system to securely access electronic health data, contributing to a regional and national effort to create clinical exchange between health providers. UMHS partners IHA Health Services Corp., an Ann Arbor-based multi-specialty group practice, and Huron Valley Physicians Association have announced they will also join the nonprofit Great Lakes Health Information Exchange. Participation in GLHIE will allow physicians to have secure, real-time access to health and demographic information for new patients, helping prevent medical errors and avoid test duplications. Partner providers will be able to receive data on patients from multiple sources, including different hospitals the patient has visited. Among patient data that will, over time, become available to physicians through...

MiHIN establishes HIE in Michigan

Featured May 29, 2012 | ehrintelligence.com | Kyle Murphy, PhD, EHR Intelligence  Exchange of health information occurs at all levels among providers, organizations, and institutions. While the widespread adoption of health information technology (IT) mandated under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) begins with capturing health data, it reaches its climax in the meaningful sharing of health information through health information exchange (HIE). The foundation for national and interstate exchange is currently being built state by state.   Earlier this month, the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) announced that it had gone live with its network. For Executive Director Tim Pletcher, the launch of MiHIN represents a culminating moment for a state typically ahead of the curve. “The MiHIN process kicked off seven years ago where...

The Michigan Health Information Network Begins Phase One Implementation with OptumInsight

East Lansing, MI, September 22, 2011 —  Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN), the state designated health information exchange (HIE) for Michigan, today announced engagement of OptumInsight and its Axolotl HIE platform to implement Phase One of the MiHIN Strategic and Operational Plan. “This is a very exciting stage for health information exchange in Michigan. Our state has been a leader in promoting the pervasive distribution of qualified sub-state organizations capable of supporting secure data exchange among emergency departments, hospitals, physician offices, and other health care settings across Michigan’s 83 counties. MiHIN’s work will now create that focal point for integration that ties each of these regional or sub-state efforts together and offers a seamless gateway with the State of Michigan; eventually MiHIN shall function as...

Announcement of the MiHIN Shared Service Sub-state HIE Funding Program

Purpose: The State HIE Cooperative agreement approved by the National Coordinator for HIT related to Program Information Notice (ONC-HIE-PIN-001) calls for funding for Michigan’s qualified sub-state HIEs to thrive, expand and keep costs affordable for providers seeking meaningful use. Milestone Based Payments: Each qualified sub-state HIE will have the opportunity to submit one proposal for funding with a cap of $250,000. Milestones will be used to stage payments. Based on the discretion of the MiHIN Board, a sub-state HIE can apply for a second award upon successful completion of milestones and  subject to funding availability within the budget approved by the Office of the National Coordinator for HIT (“ONC”) for sub-state HIEs. Eligibility: A qualified sub-state HIE is considered eligible if it can demonstrate that it is...