Will you help our heroes?

This September 1st, MHIN will link up with the Veteran’s Affairs VLER system so veterans can improve their continuity of care across multiple health systems. 75% of Veterans who use the VA also use a community care provider. It’s time to link up. For clinical partners, MHIN offers this service at no cost to you. Learn more below or register for a lunch’n’learn.


As a MHIN / VA partner, you will save time, money, and lives.

Continuity of Care
Support and maintain the continuity of care for Veteran health.
Quality Care
Contribute to more informed care decisions.
Rapid Access
Enhance healthcare quality through rapid access to shared info.
Eliminate Repeat Tests
Eliminate and reduce repeat tests and procedures.
Improve Speed
Improve speed and efficiency of care.
Reduce Errors
Reduce medical errors and improve patient safety.

Are you ready to pitch in for our Veterans? Take these steps to get started…

  1. Contact MHIN and let us know you’re all in for Veterans. We’ll help you walk through to steps to get your account VA-ready. This functionality will be added to our Community View service at no additional charge. If you do not have Community View and would like it, please contact us.
  2. Attend a lunch’n’learn at the MHIN office to get a full overview of the program and a mini-training session. MHIN staff will be on-site to answer your initial questions and address concerns.
  3. Begin outreach to your Veteran patients by informing them of the new, helpful program.


Frequently Asked Questions

Participating community care providers can securely view certain Veteran health information through the eHealth Exchange. VA health information shared with community health providers includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • A list of health problems
  • Allergies Medications
  • Vital signs
  • Immunizations
  • Chemistry and hematology reports
  • Discharge summaries
  • Medical history
  • Records of physicals
  • Procedure results (e.g., X-ray reports)
  • Progress notes

Community health partners will not have access to mental health records or diagnoses.

Sharing electronic health records will help reduce the need for patients and families to carry records between health care providers. Through “Connect Your Docs,” both the VA and the designated participating community care providers can securely access and share information about allergies, chronic health problems, medications, some lab results and more. This will also eliminate or reduce the likelihood of repeat tests and procedures which could save time and improve the speed of care.

This functionality will be added to our Community View service at no additional charge. If you do not have Community View and would like it, please contact us.

As an effort to improve population health of our community, we are always looking for ways to reach disparate groups of people and improve our service offerings.

Please consider attending a free lunch’n’learn on July 26 or August 7 to learn more and have live support to ask questions and review the software upgrade within Community View.

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