Want to help your patients, improve care coordination, and meet a Meaningful Use objective?
We are seeking Oregon medical practices to join the IIS Innovation Project, part of a national demonstration to increase electronic reporting to state immunization registries and to increase adult immunization rates.
Oregon was one of two states selected by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for this special project. Best practices and lessons learned in Oregon and Wisconsin will inform future nationwide programs to assist providers with EHR and IIS interoperability. CMS funding permits us to provide assistance to practices at no fee.
We can help your practice
As use of EHRs becomes the norm for practices and healthcare facilities, the EHR’s ability to exchange data with the IIS will be a critical element of coordinated patient care. This project supports many other efforts, both locally and nationally, with a focus on health information technology, preventive medicine, and coordinated care, such as the CMS EHR Incentive Programs, Oregon’s health information exchange efforts, and the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Program.
If you are providing adult immunizations and would like to receive assistance to begin submitting immunization data to ALERT IIS, please complete this form or contact Kelleen directly.
Kelleen Bernard, Team Lead, 503-382-3953, firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated July 24, 2012