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To meet the Stage 1 core objective, an eligible provider or eligible hospital must perform at least one test of the certified EHR capacity to prepare and submit electronic data to an immunization registry (ALERT IIS); ongoing submission of data is required if the test is successful.
Note: Providers engaged in ongoing submission of immunization data to ALERT IIS prior to Stage 1 may continue to submit earlier versions of HL7 during Stage 2.
Note: You may work towards ongoing submission at any time; there is no need to wait until the beginning of your Stage 2 attestation period.
To meet the Stage 2 core objective, an eligible provider or eligible hospital is required to submit ongoing production data to ALERT IIS (i.e., for the duration of the 90 day reporting period).
Successful ongoing submissions to ALERT IIS are:
The final rules for Stage 3 Meaningful Use (MU3) have been published by the CMS in 2017 as result of the 2015 final rule, with an intent of focusing on certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) to improve health outcomes. The Oregon Immunization Program strongly supports the exchange of data and encourages eligible providers and hospitals to participate to the full extent.This page serves as declaration of readiness to partner with providers in exchanging data and promoting Interoperability.
To be compliant with Stage 3, successful submission includes:
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