Michigan Health Information Technology Commission

  • Overview of the Commission

    The Michigan Health Information Technology (HIT) Commission was created by Public Act 137 of 2006. The HIT Commission is housed within the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The Commission's mission is to facilitate and promote the design, implementation, operation, and maintenance of an interoperable health care information infrastructure in Michigan.

    The 13-member HIT Commission is governor-appointed. The commission was first appointed in August 2006 and met for the first time in October 2006.

    This site contains information about the Michigan HIT Commission including, meeting minutes, schedule of meetings and other documents.

    Comments and questions about the HIT Commission or requests for historical materials may be sent to Trevor Youngquist at YoungquistT1@michigan.gov or 517-284-9612.

    Regular commission meetings are subject to the Michigan Open Meetings Act. Public Act 137 of 2006 enables the commission to appoint advisory committees. Information about any active HIT Commission advisory committees will also be hosted on this page.

    The HIT Commission meets regularly throughout the year. All upcoming HIT Commission meetings will be made available through a public notice.

Commission Documents

  • Strategic Planning

    This page hosts strategy documents adopted by the commission

  • Annual Reports

    Each year, the commission is required to submit recommendations to the Michigan Legislature. This page compiles HIT Commission annual reports.