MEETING THE NEEDS OF FIRST NATIONS
About Mustimuhw Information Solutions (MIS)
Mustimuhw Information Solutions Inc. is an award-winning information management leader for Indigenous Health and Child & Family Services organizations. Our software solutions are the tools of choice for Indigenous organizations across Canada due to their ability to balance practice standards while meeting the unique cultural ways of working of our customers and the communities they serve.
Our solutions are designed specifically for Indigenous service organizations. We specialize in client-centric health record documentation, virtual care technologies, and case management tools for Indigenous Health and Human Service organizations.
We are a full-service organization who offer a wide range of core services to our customers to ensure their continued success in the use of our software solutions. Service is the secret of our success.
Broad Adoption of MIS’ Solutions Amongst First Nations
Our National Footprint
Supported First Nations
MIS Software Users
News & Announcements
We have been using Mustimuhw for years now and are very happy with the software. The biggest advantages of Mustimuhw for our Health Centre are: it is a great asset to tracking the health history of our members as well as the activity history of our staff and health centre; it is easy for our staff to use; meets all our reporting needs to government and funding agencies; is adaptable to meet the needs of the various health programs we run.
Kevin Wilson, Hailika’as Heiltsuk Health Centre
We have been using the Mustimuhw cEMR for many years…I have been incredibly impressed with the work that MIS is doing. Both their software and their business model really align with the work we do, and resonate with the way we work…Mustimuhw Information Solutions has become an important partner and collaborator for us. I turn to them for advice and support and collaboration in a number of ways. And they are always responsive to bring their expertise and encouragement and positivity to assist in meaningful ways.
Kim Roberts, Kwakiutl District Council Health Director