CDC offers a three day onsite leadership workshop for IIS managers, who must balance a growing list of responsibilities and priorities. Topics in this invitation only workshop include:
- Provider and User Relationships
- Laws, Policies and Guidelines
- CDC Relationships
- Data Use
- Data Quality
- Vendor Relationships
- Intra-Agency Relationships
- Leading, Learning and Influencing
The primary audiences for this workshop are:
- IIS managers and immunization program managers
Course and Materials
IIS managers and immunization program managers interested in learning more about the course should contact email@example.com.
CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases in partnership with the Public Health Informatics Institute.
Immunization clinical decision support (CDS), more commonly referred to as evaluation and forecasting, is an automated process that determines the recommended immunizations needed for a patient and delivers these recommendations to the healthcare provider.
To learn about key concepts of the CDSi Logic Specification, Supporting Data, and Testing Methodology, see the web-based training courses.
Since 2010, CDC and its immunization partners have been exploring the potential of 2D barcoding to streamline immunization practices and enhance data quality.
Provider’s interested in learning about key concepts of the 2D barcoding, see the training resources for providers.
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