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Webinar | The Measurement for Assessment and Certification Advisory Workgroup (MACAW) held a community wide town hall meeting about the Proposed Voluntary Certification process

Overview of the proposed Voluntary Certification process developed by the Measurement for Assessment and Certification Workgroup (MACAW)

This document highlights the progress and successes of IIS found through an independent, third party method of IIS evaluation, where AIRA partnered with the National Institute of Standards in Technology (NIST) and the Measurement for Assessment and Certificati...

Summary of the proposed Voluntary Certification process developed by the Measurement for Assessment and Certification Workgroup (MACAW)

Frequently asked questions regarding the proposed Voluntary Certification process developed by the Measurement for Assessment and Certification Workgroup (MACAW)

IIS School and Childcare Functionality

Issued on August 29, 2017 by AIRA

Webinar | AIRA's Education Steering Committee hosted this webinar to highlight unique IIS school and childcare functionality in the community. An overview of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) was provided, and speakers from Oregon, Washingt...

Webinar | This AIRA Discovery Session included a presentation from Tina Scott with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Immunization Program on partnering with Medicaid and CMS to leverage 90/10 HITECH funding in your jurisdiction.

Article | This study evaluates the impact of using IIS data to identify unmet vaccination needs in adults seeking the influenza vaccine. The study found a 41.4% increase in the number of vaccines administered, and significant improvements in routinely recomme...

How Using Bi-Directional State Registry Data Changes Immunization Rates

Issued on July 19, 2017 by Scientific Technologies Corporation

Article | This study found a 40% increase in additional vaccinations given at the time of flu shots when pharmacists had access to IIS data

IIS Publications Searchable Database

Issued on July 13, 2017 by CDC

This database contains IIS guidance documents, references for IIS-related articles published in peer-reviewed journals, and Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWRs) from 1999 to the present. Links are provided for documents produced by the CDC. This data...

This document explores the various issues that impact IIS security and provides guidance on industry standards and best practices for addressing common security concerns. This guidance is intended to assist IIS administrators in engaging their IT staff and ven...

Webinar | This Discovery Session provided an overview of the new Security Guidance that summarizes common IIS security issues (e.g., risk analysis and risk management) to help IIS administrators engage in security discussions with IT staff and vendors

Acronyms within the IIS Community

Issued on June 8, 2017 by AIRA

A list of common acronyms within the IIS community

Webinar | This Discovery Session featured an epidemiologist from Colorado who shared how they use an open source forecasting tool called the Immunization Calculation Engine (ICE) within the Colorado IIS

Fundamentals of IIS

Issued on May 10, 2017 by PHII

eLearning | This series of three interactive modules explains key concepts related to Data Quality, Interoperability, and HL7 as they relate to IIS. Learners will explore key dimensions of data quality, examples of common issues, and strategies for improving d...

Document | This position statement is focused on the IIS community moving toward sunsetting HL7 2.3.1 interfaces. This is meant to serve as a tool for IIS working with EHRs to communicate the consensus recommendation on dates by which HL7 2.3.1 interfaces will...

Immunisation Information Systems in the EU and EEA

Issued on April 28, 2017 by European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

Technical Report | Immunisation information systems in the EU and EEA: Results of a survey on implementation and system characteristics

National Meeting Presentation | Closing Plenary