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Getting Started with Data Exchange
Data Exchange Specifications
Automated HL7 Message Review System
Submitting Data through the ALERT IIS Webpage
Promoting Interoperability (Meaningful Use)
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If your practice uses an Electronic Health Record system (EHR) and you would like to send your data to ALERT IIS, you're in the right spot. Read on!
On boarding for data exchange with ALERT IIS happens in three phases. A smooth and successful on boarding process is dependent on the availability of your EHR vendor technical resources, availability of clinic staff to help find resolution to data quality issues discovered in testing and the ability of your EHR system to create and send electronic data according to national standards. The on boarding process may take anywhere from 8-12 weeks. Most steps and phases of on boarding will require participation by a primary contact from the clinic and the EHR vendor and/or IT staff. Below is an overview of the on boarding process. Please share technical specifications and guides with your vendor and IT staff.
The following specifications will help you determine which format will work best to send data to ALERT IIS.File Formats
ALERT IIS has an intuitive user interface that can be used for entering demographic and immunization information in real time. Any updates to a patient's immunization record will immediately update the forecast of immunizations due. To access ALERT IIS, users must complete a basic training.
Register for a standard user training
Meaningful Use EHR Incentive Programs are now called Promoting Interoperability (PI) Programs.
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