2020 MiHIN InterOpathon
May 28 - May 29
May 28-29, 2020 MotorCity Casino Hotel, Detroit, MI
For over a decade, Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) has hosted Connecting Michigan for Health. This annual conference includes an InterOpathon, a Legal Summit and their flagship event, Connecting Michigan for Health. These events attract changemakers in healthcare – from developers to executives – to develop, share, reflect and move towards implementation in new and better ways. Make plans to join them in 2020!
The 2020 InterOpathon, “Interoperability: APIs & FHIR® Heat Up,” will be a hands-on, collaborative event that will focus on cross-accelerator implementation approaches to address the final rules from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology to implement the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, that once final will define the interoperability standards required by the 21st Century Cures Act.
An InterOpathon, is a hands-on collaborative event focused on understanding how organizations can translate interoperability standards into real-word solutions. Participating teams have complete access to a robust synthetic healthcare ecosystem called Interoperability Land™ make a link and access to open Application Programing Interfaces (API’s), as well as the myriad of partner provided API’s and cloud services exposed by our sponsors to the teams. The InterOpathon promotes and encourages multiorganizational team building, knowledge sharing, and collaboration. This is also great forum for cloudfriendly vendors to expose their technology and tools to participants.
The InterOpathon will encourage teams to utilize Health Level Seven® (HL7®) Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) Accelerator Programs (CARIN, Da Vinci and SIREN/Gravity Project). A main focus will be to help organizations prepare for the final rules from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). People interested in quality or value-based care, trusted payer exchange, and social determinants of health will be especially interested in participating.
During this two-day connectathon-style event, attendees will utilize HL7 FHIR Accelerator programs to learn or advance a standards-based data exchange, open APIs, and healthcare interoperability standards focusing on real-world implementations, standardsbased interoperability technologies, and how to implement the Use Cases within the proposed CMS and ONC rules.