GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.  – Munson Healthcare’s eight northern Michigan hospitals can securely and efficiently exchange patient information with medical providers across the state, thanks to a partnership with Michigan Health Connect, the state’s largest provider of health information exchange. The partnership means that Southeast Michigan residents visiting northern Michigan, for example, can have their medical

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.  – North Ottawa Community Health System in Grand Haven and Mecosta County Medical Center in Big Rapids are now serving their patients with state-of-the-art health information exchange (HIE), via Michigan Health Connect. As members of Michigan Health Connect, the state’s largest provider of HIE, the two hospitals can send patients’ health records

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.  – November 13, 2012 – More than 1,000 physicians in 441 practices across Michigan have joined Michigan Health Connect (MHC) and are using Medicity’s iNexx Referrals app to automate health care referrals for patients. The process helps deliver pertinent patient information quickly, completely and securely. “The iNexx Referrals app eliminates a significant

November 12, 2012, Grand Rapids, MI and Carrollton, GA – Michigan Health Connect (MHC), Michigan’s largest provider of health information exchange, and Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc., today announced an agreement to provide large-scale integrated health system data exchange for physician practices utilizing Greenway’s electronic health record (EHR), practice management and interoperability solution PrimeSUITE®. Michigan physicians

July 16, 2012 – Botsford Hospital in Farmington Hills has joined Michigan Health Connect, a Grand Rapids-based health information exchange that now has 54 of the state’s 134 medical-surgical hospitals as members. Four other health systems and 18 hospitals in Southeast Michigan have joined Michigan Health Connect in the past two years: Beaumont Health System

LANSING – Health care providers statewide working with Michigan Health Connect (MHC) can now send child and adult immunization records directly to the state’s Michigan Care Improvement Registry, ensuring the efficient, secure transfer of data vital to public health. The system sets a new standard in Michigan for the automatic feed of health information to state data