Interoperability

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Memorandum of Understanding

Providers wishing to connect directly to the NDIIS will need a fully executed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the ND Department of Health. The completed MOU should be emailed to the NDIIS Interoperability Project Manager, Kris Vollmer.

NDIIS Memorandum of Understanding

Registration and On-Boarding

The Registration of Intent and Roles and Responsibilities Matrix must be completed and submitted to the NDIIS interoperability team prior to the start of any on-boarding activities. Submission of the Registration of Intent will place your provider site/provider group in queue for connection to the NDIIS.

NDIIS Registration of Intent

NDIIS Interoperability Roles and Responsibilities Matrix

Go Live Forms

The HL7 Responsibilities and Contact Information form must be completed and submitted to the NDIIS interoperability team after the completion of technical and user acceptance testing of the interface and prior to the production go live. The form requires the provider site/provider group to designate post-go live contacts for all areas of the HL7 interface.

HL7 Go Live Responsibilities and Contact Information Form

Medium

For information about electronic lab reporting (ELR), syndromic surveillance, and electronic case reporting and to submit a registration of intent for public health reporting for ELR, syndromic surveillance, and/or electronic case reporting, please visit the Promoting Interoperability Program Registration page.

Medium

NDIIS Interoperability Participating Providers

The North Dakota Immunization Information System is connected to more than 400 individual provider locations across North Dakota and western Minnesota. Providers listed as "In Queue" have submitted their registration of intent to the NDDoH team and are currently awaiting invitation to begin the formal on-boarding process and testing. Providers with a status of "On Boarding" have completed their direct connect MOU with the NDIIS or their ND Health Information Network Participation Agreement and have submitted their initial on-boarding questionnaire to the NDDoH team. Providers currently engaged in "Technical Testing" have completed their Phase I on-boarding call, gap analysis and code review and have started submitting HL7 test messages to the NDIIS. Providers with a status of "In Production" have achieved on-going submission of immunizations from their EHR to the NDIIS. 

Click the link below to view the complete list of individual provider sites that are currently participating in interoperability with the NDIIS.

Participating Providers