The Michigan Health Information Network

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2. Michigan Health Information Network. . Regional efforts. Regional HIE efforts are underway in almost every county in Michigan. MiHIN Resource Center provides guidance and support to regional HIEs. MiHIN Grants have been awarded to planning and implementation HIE projects. HIT Commission provides recommendations for action to the state of MI.

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1. 1 The Michigan Health Information Network Michiganís e-Health Initiative Beth Nagel October 8 , 2008

2. 2 Michigan Health Information Network With the Governorís vision, we have created the MiHIN. When we refer to MiHIN, we are really talking about a collection of projects. Specifically, our roadmap building approach, the deliberations and recommendations from the HIT Commission, the HIT grants program, the MiHIN resource center and the work that is happening throughout the state to build RHIOs. Now, I will give you the background information for each of these projects and then talk about our vision for the future and the groundwork that is underway.With the Governorís vision, we have created the MiHIN. When we refer to MiHIN, we are really talking about a collection of projects. Specifically, our roadmap building approach, the deliberations and recommendations from the HIT Commission, the HIT grants program, the MiHIN resource center and the work that is happening throughout the state to build RHIOs. Now, I will give you the background information for each of these projects and then talk about our vision for the future and the groundwork that is underway.

3. 3 Conduit to Care Project

4. 4 Health Information Technology Commission

5. 5 Health Information Exchange Grants

6. 6 MiHIN Resource Center

7. 7 Regional Efforts

8. 8 The MiHIN Model

9. Guiding Principles

10. 10 Guiding Principles Consumer privacy, security and confidentiality are paramount Multi-stakeholder collaboration is needed to implement achievable and measurable initiatives in order to show early progress and value The delivery of health care is local; therefore, health information initiatives at the regional level are critical. RHIOs must have a self-sustaining business model. Their basis of support should be derived from the demonstrable value that they offer to a number of stakeholders National standards and policies will be followed where possible

11. 11 The MiHIN Model

12. 12 The MiHIN Vision: This is our vision for the future. All regions in our state will have a functioning Health Information Exchange.This is our vision for the future. All regions in our state will have a functioning Health Information Exchange.

13. 13 The MiHIN Vision: After all nine regions are working, we can connect each of the HIEs together to exchange data as needed when a patient is treated outside of their regular region.After all nine regions are working, we can connect each of the HIEs together to exchange data as needed when a patient is treated outside of their regular region.

14. 14 For More Information Visit the MiHIN Resource Center website: www.mihin.org Contacts: Beth Nagel Laura Rappleye HIT Manager, MDCH HIT Analyst, MDCH 517-241-2064 517-335-3692 [email protected] [email protected]

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