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Clarification on implementation methods in an effort to point all IIS towards common, standardized ACK messaging

AIRA Discovery Session: HL7 Basics

Issued on July 27, 2015 by AIRA

Webinar | This session featured a presentation by Nathan Bunker who presented on HL7 basics

This addendum consolidates the Implementation Guide information that clarifies the conformance requirements. This supplement does not specify additional requirements; it just clarifies existing ones. Value set requirements, general clarifications, and Immuniza...

National Meeting Presentation | Impact of PPHF Funding on HL7 Message Quality in VT

Raising the Bar on HL7 Data Quality

Issued on April 22, 2015 by DE

National Meeting Presentation | Raising the Bar on HL7 Data Quality

National Meeting Presentation | Health Level 7 Web Service Search Success Rates in New York City’s Citywide Immunization Registry

Challenges with (and a Few Solutions to) the Increased Dependency on HL7

Issued on April 21, 2015 by Envision Technology Partners

National Meeting Presentation | Challenges with (and a Few Solutions to) the Increased Dependency on HL7

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

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...

National Meeting Presentation | Navigating the Challenges of HL7 Data Exchange: What They Should Send, What They Could Send, What They Do Send

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...