State HIE Cooperative Agreement Program: Michigan’s Response. Beth Nagel, HIT Coordinator Michigan Department of Community Health. www.michigan.gov/mdch. State HIE Cooperative Agreement Program Key Information.
Beth Nagel, HIT Coordinator Michigan Department of Community Health
States will be expected to use their authority, programs, and resources to:
Develop and implement Strategic and Operational Plans
Develop state level directories and enable technical services for HIE within and across states.
Remove barriers and create enablers for HIE, particularly those related to interoperability across laboratories, hospitals, clinician offices, health plans and other health information trading partners.
Convene health care stakeholders to ensure trust in and support for a statewide approach to HIE.
Ensure that an effective model for HIE governance and accountability is in place.
Coordinate an integrated approach with Medicaid and state public health programs to enable information exchange and support monitoring of provider participation in HIE as required for Medicaid meaningful use incentives.
Develop or update privacy and security requirements for HIE within and across state borders.State HIE Cooperative Agreement ProgramState Roles & Responsibilities
Spending by Year
Year 1 No Match Until Oct. 2010
Year 2 10% Match
Year 3 14% Match
Year 4 33% Match
Michigan’s Timeline and resources to:
Finalized Strategic & Operational Plans Due ~ April 2010
Letter of Intent Due September 11
Applications Due October 16
Notice of Awards December 15
Continuous, in-depth planning to meet April 2010 Due Date
Workgroup Informational Session September 18
Cooperative Agreement Signed January 15, 2010
Workgroup Kickoff November 10
HIT Commission October 15
HIT Commission September 10
November 10, 2009
MiHIN Kick Off