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Article | Evaluates technical and organizational characteristics of healthcare provider reporting of immunization in Minnesota to assess the adoption of standardized codes, formats and transport

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

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

Evaluation of MIROW Guidelines Impact on IIS Operations

Issued on July 31, 2014 by Child Health Evaluation and Research Unit, University of Michigan

This evaluation report and accompanying presentation describe how MIROW best practices are being implemented across the country and the impact 3 of the MIROW guidelines have had on IIS operations

IIS and EHR Feature Overlap

Issued on July 1, 2014 by HLN Consulting, LLC

This white paper reviews and discusses several core functions of IIS such as clinical decision support for immunization and the potential for overlap with EHR-S in the future

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 ...

Leveraging Partnerships Among Community Pharmacists, Pharmacies, and Health Departments to Improve Pandemic Influenza Response

Issued on March 11, 2014 by Biosecurity and Bioterrorisum: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science Journal

Journal Article | Provides recommendations on how local health departments can develop and maintain relationships with community pharmacies in pandemic influenza outbreaks and other emergencies

Meeting slides, environmental scan, initial findings and final report

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