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All Trading Partners are encouraged to view the Trading Partner pages for instructions and documents for all Trading Partners. You will be able to find instructions for submitting HIPAA transactions as well as how to become a Trading Partner with MDCH.
Training.mihealth.org offers Internet-based information and education resources for Michigan's healthcare providers and consumers.
MPHI is now able to accept Real-Time/Batch HIPAA 270/271 transactions from all Providers, Billing Agents, and Clearinghouses registered with CHAMPS. These services are provided on behalf of MDCH and are available free-of-charge.
The MiRx (My Prescription) Card is a prescription drug discount program for Michigan residents who do not have any prescription drug coverage.
The mihealth ("my health") card is a permanent plastic health ID card that's issued to Michigan Medicaid, Emergency Medicaid, Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) and Adult Benefits Waiver (ABW) beneficiaries. The mihealth card replaced the monthly Medicaid blue paper card.
Instructions for Providers on how to use the updated Web-DENIS interface. Link to PDF download (141 KB).
Michigan's primary source of information about the Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program and a source of health IT news and initiatives. The site provides information to help Michigan's health care providers navigate the various health IT initiatives and stay informed in this dynamic area. These initiatives include the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program; MiHIN, the statewide health information exchange (HIE) initiative; M-CEITA, the regional health IT extension center for Michigan; and many more. Additional initiatives will be added as information is available.