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Issued on March 14, 2017 by AIRA

Webinar | The AIRA Education Steering Committee hosted a webinar on the CDC Functional Standards. This session featured Jan Hicks-Thomson and Janet Fath from CDC/NCIRD/IISSB and was an introduction to material they will cover during their breakout session at A...

This report reviews the IIS Interoperability Status Check project, designed to connect with IIS across the US, submit sample MU Stage 2 messages, and verify that the messages can be accepted

2016 Standards Advisory Community Webinar

Issued on November 2, 2015 by AIRA

Webinar | AIRA collected comments on a draft of the 2016 Interoperability Standards Advisory document. To ensure community consensus, AIRA hosted a community-wide meeting to discuss the draft comments and AIRA’s response in November 2015

A Community Conversation about Interjurisdictional Exchange

Issued on April 7, 2016 by AIRA, ONC, Network for Public Health Law

National Meeting Presentation | A Community Conversation about Interjurisdictional Exchange

National Meeting Presentation | A Multi-purpose Evaluation of Open Source Immunization Clinical Decision Support Tool

National Meeting Presentation | A Multi-State Consortium to Improve IIS Training & Education

National Meeting Presentation | A National Look at Data Exchange Variation and Improvement Initiatives

Survey on data sharing and usage for research. Staff size and time were 2 most cited barriers to conducting research with IIS data

National Meeting Presentation | A Novel System for Analyzing IIS Data – The Trends in Immunization Practices System (IIS-TIPS)

A Primer for VTrckS

Issued on June 8, 2011 by AIRA

Webinar | CDC provided an overview of the technical VTrckS requirements while Washington and Michigan shared their perspectives and experiences in rolling out VTrckS

A Systematic Review of Barriers to Data Sharing in Public Health

Issued on November 20, 2014 by BioMed Central Public Health

This article summarizes a systematic literature review of potential barriers to public health data sharing

National Meeting Presentation | A Systems Perspective on Dose-Level Eligibility

National Meeting Presentation | A Tale of Two Collaborators: The IIS Sentinel Site Project and CDC

AART Q&A Sessions

Issued on May 3, 2016 by AIRA

Webinar | These Q&A sessions were open to anyone in the IIS community to ask any questions or hear about what others are finding useful about the AART tool

AART: Painting a Picture of Your IIS

Issued on April 6, 2016 by AIRA

National Meeting Presentation | AART: Painting a Picture of Your IIS

Accountability Survey

Issued on September 20, 2012 by University of Michigan

National Meeting Presentation | Immunization Grantee Perspectives on Dose-Level Accountability in IIS

Acronyms within the IIS Community

Issued on June 8, 2017 by AIRA

A list of common acronyms within the IIS community

Webinar | An introduction of SmartyStreets to the IIS community More context about the Address Cleansing project and how to enroll in it can be found on the Address Cleansing Service webpage.

Addressing Law to Share IIS Data Among States

Issued on April 22, 2015 by Network for Public Health Law

National Meeting Presentation | Addressing Law to Share IIS Data Among States

National Meeting Presentation | Adolescent Assessments Methods Using KIDSNET Data