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National Meeting Presentation | Using IGAMT–Lite to Create A Local HL7 V2.5.1 Message Profile

National Meeting Presentation | IIS Regions and the State: Partnering to Implement HL7 Onboarding in Michigan

Consolidated comments AIRA supplied on Connecting Health and Care for the Nation: A Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap Draft Version 1.0

ONC Interoperability Roadmap

Issued on March 3, 2015 by AIRA

Webinar | ONC has been working to develop a shared roadmap to interoperability that charts a path to achieve progress in 3, 6 and 10 years. This presentation described ONC’s broad vision and framework to develop a clear pathway towards interoperability

Meaningful Use Onboarding Solutions

Issued on February 4, 2015 by AIRA

Webinar | The AIRA Education Steering Committee hosted this webinar on Meaningful Use onboarding solutions. Speakers from Nebraska, Michigan, and Colorado discussed various models IIS are using to address issues in Meaningful Use onboarding including Meaningfu...

Health Level Seven (HL7) is a nationally recognized standard for electronic data exchange between systems housing health care data. The HL7 standard is a key factor that supports this two-way exchange of information because it defines a syntax or grammar for f...

Webinar | This webinar was hosted by the AIRA Education Steering Committee. Speakers from North Dakota and Nebraska discussed IIS data quality and interoperability

This article found that health care organizations that submit electronic data to IIS should be aware that the technical decision to use the HL7 format, particularly if real-time data exchange is employed, can result in more timely and accurate data. This will ...

Webinar | This two-part webinar series was hosted by the AIRA Education Steering Committee and features Rob Savage, who discusses technical guidance on query and response

Helathcare Information and Management Systems (HIMSS) 2014 Annual Conference & Exhibition Presentation by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to demonstrate NIST tooling that supports Meaningful Use testing

IIS and HIE: Web Services Strategies

Issued on February 1, 2014 by HLN Consulting, LLC

This white paper describes the options available to IIS projects in collaborating with health information exchanges (HIE) or other service providers to facilitate the exchange of immunization information between electronic health record systems and IIS

Interoperability With IIS: Can It Be Extended to Schools?

Issued on October 9, 2013 by HLN Consulting, LLC

National Meeting Presentation | Interoperability With IIS: Can It Be Extended to Schools?

Applied Use of Bidirectional Exchanges: A Case Study of Rockwood Clinic

Issued on October 9, 2013 by Scientific Technologies Corporation, Rockwood Health System

National Meeting Presentation | Applied Use of Bidirectional Exchanges: A Case Study of Rockwood Clinic

IIS Bidirectional Query Exchange Work Group

Issued on October 9, 2013 by NYC, Dandelion Software & Research

National Meeting Presentation | IIS Bidirectional Query Exchange Work Group

National Meeting Presentation | Electronic Health Record (EHR) Interoperability with the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR): Progress to Date

Connecting to IIS Using an Open Source Software Application

Issued on October 8, 2013 by IHS, Dandelion Software and Research Inc.

National Meeting Presentation | Connecting to IIS Using an Open Source Software Application

On-boarding Large Provider Groups & Healthcare Systems – Unique Issues and Lessons Learned

Issued on October 8, 2013 by Scientific Technologies Corporation

National Meeting Presentation | On-boarding Large Provider Groups & Healthcare Systems – Unique Issues and Lessons Learned

National Meeting Presentation | Integrating Data Quality as an Essential Element of Interoperability

National Meeting Presentation | Electronic Medical Record – IIS Interoperability: Balancing Provider Recruitment with Data Quality Needs

National Meeting Presentation | Interoperability: Onboarding Providers via Incident Command System – The Texas Experience