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What’s New

September 2020 Use Case Onboardings

Published: 10/2/2020 -  MiHIN is pleased to announce the following organizations have onboarded to use cases and now sharing various types of data, statewide through the health information network. To learn more about a use case, click on the link provided.         Affinia Health Network Receive - Medication Reconciliation Receive - Admission, Discharge, Transfer Notifications Ascension Geneys Hospital Send - Ambulatory CCDA/Summary of Care Ascension St. Joseph Hospital Send - Ambulatory CCDA/Summary of Care Ascension St. Mary Hospital Send - Ambulatory CCDA/Summary of Care Curative Labs Inc. Send – Statewide Lab Order-Results GAP Healthcare Solutions Health Directory Receive - Admission, Discharge, Transfer Notifications Active Care Relationship Service Henry Ford Health System Active Care Relationship Service Lake Huron Medical Center (Port Huron Hospital) Send - Statewide Lab Order-Results Muskegon Pediatrics Immunization History Forecast St. Mary’s of Michigan...

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New Content Package

Published: 9/15/2020 -  We're making some improvements! Look for exciting new content that will be available as we roll out our new MiHIN content package. To see what's available, simply click on the links to the right or visit mihin.org > About menu > What's New options....

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Webinar – Urgency of Now: The Case to Accelerate Adoption of Interoperability Rules in the Wake of COVID and Delivery Reform

Please mark your calendars for the Urgency of Now: The Case to Accelerate Adoption of Interoperability Rules in the Wake of COVID and Delivery Reform webinar, presented by The MiHIN Group. Click here to register. EVENT INFORMATION Monday, September 14, 2020 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. EST WebEx will be provided upon registration SPEAKER INFORMATION Aneesh Chopra President, CareJourney Robert Gordon Director, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Timothy A. Pletcher, DHA Executive Director, Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) & Velatura Public Benefit Corporation (Velatura) Thomas L. Simmer, M.D. Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) The nation’s healthcare delivery system is facing unprecedented data and technology related pressures simultaneously - COVID reporting, clinically relevant quality measurement, care coordination notifications, and earning patient trust to serve as their designated app. Each...

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MiHIN Employee Named Detroit Regional Chamber Ambassador

Ambassador Committee volunteers serve as a vital link between the Chamber and its members East Lansing, Mich. — Greg Cavanaugh, Senior Business Development Manager at the Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN), has been named to the Ambassador Committee with the Detroit Regional Chamber for 2020-21. Serving Detroit’s business community for more than 100 years, the Chamber is one of the oldest, largest and most respected chambers of commerce in the country.  The Chamber’s Ambassador Committee is comprised of business and community leaders who dedicate their time and talent to advance the Chamber’s mission by promoting new member participation and retention. “Having been born and raised in Detroit, I’m passionate about giving back to the community that has given me so much,” said Cavanaugh. “Although things may...

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Interoperability Institute hosts first virtual InterOpathon

Collaborative event focuses on building solutions to health care issues Lansing, MICH. – Community building was front and center at the Interoperability Institute’s (IOI) first virtual InterOpathon event last month. The event, which took place on May 27 and 28, brought together leaders in health care information technology from across the country to build interoperability solutions needed for compliance with new federal government health care regulations. The InterOpathon venue enabled knowledge sharing and building of software solutions that address current health care issues. The annual event, which was moved entirely online this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, focuses on understanding how organizations can translate interoperability standards into real-world solutions. Attendees were placed into virtual teams and tasked with creating a solution to an advanced health...