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Sample inter-jurisdictional data sharing agreement
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
Interstate Data Sharing Agreement Template
National Meeting Presentation | Improving Coverage Rates Using IIS: Collaborating to Overcome Barriers
MIROW | Full Guide, Mini-Guide and AIRA 2016 National Meeting Presentation
Webinar | This webinar, hosted by the AIRA Education Steering Committee, discussed the basics of IIS project management including the basics of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and an overview of project management process groups and knowledge areas....
Webinar | This session, hosted by the AIRA Education Steering Committee, featured Angel Aponte (NYC) and Nathan Bunker (AIRA) who discussed IIS web services including real-time integration using Microsoft.net software development technologies and Java
Webinar | CDC provided an overview of the technical VTrckS requirements while Washington and Michigan shared their perspectives and experiences in rolling out VTrckS
AIRA response to the Stage 2 Meaningful Use proposed rules
Presentation | HIMSS14 Conference presentation in conjunction with HL7 International
This guide was a first step in determining which data exchange transport layer methods should be promoted for use with IIS. Includes a comparison of two protocols (HTTP and SOAP) and a discussion of next steps for selecting and promoting use of one of these pr...