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4medica Customers Headed to Washington to Advise Nation’s Health Leaders on Patient Identity Matching

MARINA DEL REY, Calif., Aug. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- 4medica announced today that two of the company's patient identity matching customers will be featured session speakers at the upcoming 2018 ONC Interoperability Forum in Washington, D.C., August 6—8. Hosted by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), the forum attracts the nation's health technology leaders from the public, private and non-profit sectors. Over the course of the forum, these leaders will discuss and formulate solutions to achieving true health data interoperability. Patient identity matching is a critical component of this objective, yet has been a struggle for many healthcare organizations in the absence of a national patient ID. With this persistent challenge as the backdrop, The Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) and New Jersey Innovation Institute...

Northern Physicians Organization Becomes Qualified Data Sharing Organization

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich., October 14, 2014  – Northern Physicians Organization announced today that it is the newest group to join the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) as a Qualified Data Sharing Organization. This helps to integrate Northern Physician Organization’s (NPO) local practice registry to a state level and will allow for electronic health information to be securely shared statewide through MiHIN. As a Qualified Data Sharing Organization (QO) under the Michigan Health Information Network’s (MiHIN) legal umbrella, NPO member providers can achieve better care coordination and transitions of care for patients by gaining full access to securely and privately exchange patient data with other health care providers connected to the statewide network of Health Information Exchanges operated by MiHIN. Having the patient’s coordinated care data accessible...

Michigan Pushes Further into Statewide Secure Health Information Sharing

TROY and EAST LANSING, Michigan, October 7, 2014 – Molina Healthcare, Inc. today announced that its subsidiary, Molina Healthcare of Michigan, Inc., has joined Michigan's efforts to improve health care statewide through electronic data sharing as the newest Qualified Data Sharing Organization (QO) with the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN). The move will provide access to the benefits of secure electronic data sharing for the hundreds of thousands of patients and providers under the Molina umbrella, including thousands of low- income families in Michigan who depend on Medicaid for their well-being. Molina Healthcare's first information sharing collaboration within Michigan will involve MiHIN's Statewide Admit, Discharge, Transfer (ADT) Notification service. By participating in the statewide ADT service – which is a legally and technically secure means to...

MiHIN Director reviews HIE security protocols, agreements

Featured July 8, 2014 | healthitsecurity.com | Patrick Ouellette, HealthITSecurity.com Seeing as how Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) considers itself a network of networks and doesn’t really see itself a traditional health information exchange (HIE), it follows that it would take data security quite seriously. MiHIN Executive Director Tim Pletcher told HealthITSecurity.com that MiHIN is the single point of entry into the state of Michigan for all the data that goes into the HIEs for meaningful use, as organizations give their data to MiHIN and it gives the data to the state. Pletcher explains in this one-on-one how MiHIN views secure data exchange in the context of having multiple levels of connectivity. How does MiHIN connect with other HIEs? The first level is legal connectivity, which poses questions such as who’s connecting, what are they going to...

Mich. Health Information Network to Share Info With Federal Agencies, Six Other States

Featured November 5, 2013 | crainsdetroit.com | Jay Greene, Crain’s Detroit Business East Lansing-based Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services has signed an agreement with McLean, Va.-based Healtheway Inc. to securely share patient care information with federal agencies and six other states on the national eHealth Exchange network. Michigan's six health information networks, including the state's two largest — Grand Rapids-based Michigan Health Connect and East Lansing-based Great Lakes Health Information Exchange — are expected to participate in the national network, said Tim Pletcher, executive director of MiHIN. The two HIEs represent more than 3,000 physician provider offices and 96 of the state's approximate 117 hospitals, including the University of Michigan Health System, Trinity Health, Botsford Hospital, McLaren Healthcare, Beaumont Health System and St. John Providence Health System. Detroit-based Southeast Michigan...

Michigan Health Info Exchange Sets Two National Milestones

Featured November 4, 2013 | detroit.cbslocal.com | Matt Roush, CBS Detroit EAST LANSING (WWJ) — It just got easier to talk health information to the Michigan Health Information Network. MiHIN has become the first state designated health information exchange to complete “onboarding” by Healtheway Inc., a non-profit in McLean, Va. that supports the eHealth Exchange, a rapidly growing community of exchange partners that securely share information under a common trust framework and a common set of rules. Participants in the eHealth Exchange include the Social Security Administration, the Veterans Health Administration and other states. The eHealth Exchange is a group of organizations operating together to improve patient care, streamline disability benefit claims, and improve population health. The group accomplishes these goals through the secure, trusted exchange of health information — matching...

Michigan One of Ten States Beginning to Implement Disaster Response Health Information Exchange

Ten state HIE programs have established infrastructure for secure exchange of health information As part of an effort to help make sure their residents’ health information is available after a hurricane or other wide-spread disaster, four Gulf states have partnered with six states in the East and Midwest to help patients and providers access critical health information when they are unable to visit their regular doctors or hospitals. Working with the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC), health information exchange (HIE) programs in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and West Virginia today announced their partnership to allow for the exchange of health information among providers caring for patients who are displaced from...

Blue Cross Blue Shield becomes Qualified Organization with MiHIN

East Lansing, MI, March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) is now a part of Michigan's electronic sharing of health information through the Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN).  MiHIN Executive Director Tim Pletcher said, "BCBSM's leadership as the first health plan to become a qualified data sharing organization (QO) demonstrates their commitment to improving the quality of care for their members.  BCBSM is helping pioneer the next phase of health information exchange in Michigan.  With the inclusion of health plans in Michigan's statewide network, the opportunities for better care coordination rapidly accelerate." By entering into MiHIN's legal umbrella for secure and private electronic Health Information Exchange (HIE), BCBSM joins a dynamic group of organizations already participating in electronic health information...

MiHIN, DigiCert and Nitor Group Facilitate Secure Sharing of Interstate Health Records

Featured March 5, 2013 | digicert.com | Jeff Chandler, DigiCert, Inc. Project supports MiHIN’s initiative to help improve healthcare quality and affordability for Michigan residents through fast, secure electronic exchange of health information; serves as model for other states EAST LANSING, MI (March 5, 2013) — Today the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) Shared Services announced an agreement with leading high-assurance digital certificate provider DigiCert and health information services provider (HISP) Nitor Group to use DigiCert’s federally bridged certificates for secure interstate sharing of electronic health information. This project, one of the first of its kind in the U.S., supports MiHIN’s mission to improve healthcare outcomes for Michigan residents by providing trusted means by which patients, providers and insurers can securely exchange private medical records across state boundaries. The announcement...

MiHIN Collaborates with White Pine Systems

Featured February 7, 2013 | prweb.com | Jonathan Smolowe, White Pine Systems, LLC ANN ARBOR, MI (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 07, 2013 White Pine Systems, LLC, a leading provider of patient engagement solutions, today announced a pilot project with the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) Shared Services based in East Lansing. The purpose of the pilot project is to discover the requirements for a consumer-facing personal health record gateway used by providers and patients to specify where important health information and preferences are stored. These stored preferences might include advanced directives such as a living will and Gift of Life choices along with immunization histories and emergency contact information. MiHIN is Michigan’s State Designated Entity under a federal grant to improve health care quality, cost, efficiency, and patient safety through electronic exchange of health...