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Welcome to ImmPRINT web application.
Listed below are announcements:
WARNING: It is inappropriate for any employer to use the ImmPRINT Application to verify the Covid-19 vaccination status of any employee. Please refrain from accessing this database for employee verification purposes. If it is found that an entity is using this database inappropriately, access to the ImmPRINT database will be terminated immediately.
Alabama Department of Public Health
Immunization Patient Resources with Integrated Technology (ImmPRINT)
Declaration of Readiness for Modified Stage 2 and Stage 3 Meaningful Use (MU)
ImmPRINT accepts electronic immunization data submissions from Eligible Professionals’ (EPs) and Eligible Hospitals’ (EHs) certified electronic health record (EHR), to fulfill the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program and the MIPS Advancing Care Information Quality Payment Program for Public Health MU Reporting Objective - Immunization Registry Reporting.
Therefore, no Alabama EPs or EHs administering vaccines can receive exclusion to the Public Health Reporting MU Objective- Immunization Registry Reporting.
ImmPRINT accepts MU Exchange Standards listed below:
MU Stage 2 HL7 Version 2.5.1
MU Stage 3 HL7 Version 2.5.1
ImmPRINT currently is accepting Query/Response, Acknowledgement Messages, and National Drug Codes (NDC) for encountered vaccines. By 01/01/2018, ImmPRINT will implement the
CDC HL7 2.5.1 Implementation Guide for Immunization Messaging, Release 1.5
To participate in HL7 Data Exchange, an EHR/Health System must have a Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) with ImmPRINT. This list specifies if an EHR/Health System has signed DSA, and established unidirectional and/or bidirectional interface with ImmPRINT.
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