The Michigan Health Alert Network (MIHAN) is a secure, web-based communication system that was established by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of EMS, Trauma & Preparedness with guidance and funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The MIHAN serves to alert key public health, healthcare and public safety personnel of conditions that could adversely impact the health and safety of Michigan's citizens. The system also provides situational awareness about important but non-emergency health-related information.
The MIHAN allows for a two-way, 24/7 flow of information between key points of contact from the State of Michigan, local public health, hospitals, EMS agencies, health clinics, long term care facilities, and emergency management. The key to a rapid and successful response to an outbreak or health emergency is early notification.
During your MIHAN registration you will need to enter contact information and select your professional role (job function), and specific organization. For assistance please use the Contact Us form, and provide a detailed message including information about where you work.Register Now