About PCDH The Patient Centered Data Home (PCDH) is a cost-effective, scalable method of exchanging patient data among health information exchanges (HIEs). It’s based on triggering episode alerts, which notify providers a care event has occurred outside of the patient’s “home” HIE, and confirms the availability and the specific location of the clinical data, enabling […]
Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative Midwest Health Connection is a part of the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC). SHIEC is a nationwide collaborative of health information exchanges (HIEs) with more than 70 HIEs members covering more than 200 million patients in the United States. SHIEC enables the secure exchange of patient information locally, regionally […]
Midwest Health Connection (MHC) is only as strong as its providers ability to deliver quality care. Providing relevant up-do-date documentation is at the core of what we do. Below you will find testimonials from several of our providers. Take a moment and see how MHC is already helping providers just like you. Find out how MHC […]
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Participating in MHC is beneficial for both patients and health care team providers—from small, rural clinics to large hospital systems. Specific benefits of the MHC Network at a glance include: Allowing access to a patient’s real-time, clinical data that is enhanced by aggregating the data into a longitudinal patient record Improving the quality of medical […]
Why Join The Midwest Health Connection? Midwest Health Connection (MHC) is Missouri’s state-designated entity tasked with creating and managing the infrastructure to connect health care providers in Missouri and neighboring states with their patients via a secure health information network. As more health care providers move from paper-based medical records to electronic health record (EHR) […]