MIROW: Modeling of Immunization Registry Operations Workgroup
AIRA 2017 National Meeting
April 11-13, 2017
NCIRD in partnership with the American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA) is working on an initiative directed at the analysis and improvement of Immunization Information System (IIS) operations. The Modeling of Immunization Registry Operations Workgroup (MIROW) was formed to conduct this work. The goal of this effort is to develop best practice recommendations for IIS operations and processes. It uses a collaborative approach, leveraging Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) from the IIS community to identify and analyze current practices and in a focused, structured process reaches consensus on best practices. For more information on MIROW, see the below resources:
- Williams W, Lowery NE, Lyalin D, Lambrecht N, Riddick S, Sutliff C, Papadouka V. Development and utilization of best practice operational guidelines for immunization information systemsexternal icon. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2011 Sep-Oct; 17(5):449-56.
- Immunization Information Systems: Keeping Pace with Evolving Public Health Initiatives pdf icon[4 pages]external icon
MIROW recently participated in the 2016 AIRA National Meeting in Seattle, Washington. The MIROW Interactive Workshop encouraged participation in gathering feedback for the development of the current topic Consolidated Demographic Record and Vaccination Event Records. The Turn Around Document (TAD) summarizing the session is available here:
Operational Best Practice Guidelines & Related Resources
The following table contains links to the complete MIROW guideline chapters, presentations, and “Mini Guides” that condense and present MIROW chapter content in pamphlet format.
See below for the MIROW Evaluation final report and slides.
The MIROW Evaluation Final Reportpdf iconexternal icon is available. Learn how MIROW best practices are being implemented across the country.
In addition, the Evaluation Slidespdf iconexternal icon are also available.
MIROW participated in two sessions at the 2015 AIRA National Meeting. The first, MIROW 411 outlined the path to MIROW guideline development and implementation. The second, MIROW 101, was a workshop that encouraged participation in gathering feedback for the development of the current topic Decrementing Inventory via Electronic Health Records. Two presentations and a Turn Around Document (TAD) summarizing the MIROW 101 session are available here:
- TAD – MIROW 101 pdf icon[17 pages]
- MIROW 101 Workshop pdf icon[24 pages]
- MIROW 411 Presentation pdf icon[2.43 MB, 70 pages]
Who to Contact?
For additional information on MIROW, contact David Lyalin at email@example.com.