Southeast Michigan Beacon Community
Southeast Michigan Beacon Community, Michigan Health Information Network Cooperate On Expanded Service Offering
The Southeast Michigan Beacon Community and the Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services announced an agreement using the health network’s services to expand BeaconLink2Health, SEMBC’s health information exchange.
The Southeast Michigan Beacon Community announced positive results of surveys taken by patients with type 2 diabetes who participated in SEMBC’s patient health navigator program.
The Southeast Michigan Beacon Community announced that it has achieved six of seven target measures in the care of patients with type 2 diabetes that are part of its Clinical Transformation efforts.
With the assistance of the Southeast Michigan Beacon Community, the Emergency Department at DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital has developed an innovative program that is identifying previously unknown diabetics and pre-diabetics who receive care at their facility, and reducing their likelihood of using the emergency department at DMC Detroit Receiving within six months by 57 percent.
The Southeast Michigan Beacon Community announced that it has named Madison, N.J.-based Quest Diagnostics its first provider of diagnostic information services for BeaconLink2Health, SEMBC’s Health Information Exchange.
The Covisint subsidiary of Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) Monday announced that the Detroit-based Southeast Michigan Beacon Community has selected Covisint’s accountable care technology to aggregate regional health information into a comprehensive patient health record.
Terry Barclay, the CEO of Inforum, Tee Thompson, President of the National Association of Women in Business (NAWBO), and Business Executive Denise Ilitch talk about Women’s History Month and upcoming events that honor women.
Southeast Michigan Beacon Community is launching a groundbreaking new public health campaign, “Fighting D in the D,” to combat the epidemic of type 2 diabetes in the Metro Detroit area. The campaign introduces txt4health, a personalized 14-week text-based health intervention, which enables people to take a free risk assessment on their mobile device.