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Join Us! AIRA National Meeting

We hope you'll join us in Salt Lake City this August for the AIRA 2018 National Meeting

The AIRA 2018 National Meeting preliminary agenda is now available. This year's meeting theme is: Advancing IIS Together. Attendees will have an opportunity to strengthen long-term partnerships, develop new relationships, gain professional education and training, and learn from one another. Registration is now open. 

On February 28, 2018, speaker acceptance notifications were sent out via email. If you submitted an abstract for the AIRA National Meeting, please check your email.

We hope you will join us!


New Version of AART

AIRA’s Measurement for Assessment and Certification Advisory Workgroup (MACAW) has launched a new version of the Aggregate Analysis Reporting Tool, or AART, the tool used to share results of the IIS Measurement and Improvement Initiative. Use your existing AART username and password to log in or click the "Register" button to sign up.

The new dashboard allows Admin Users to set participation and sharing settings in advance for Transport Validation, which will roll out next month. For an optimal user experience, it is recommended that you use the latest versions of either Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, or Chrome when using AART. 

Want to know more about the new version of AART?

Please direct feedback or questions to Kristi Siahaya.

New IIS Functional Guide

The IIS Functional Guide has been published! This guide focuses on the capabilities and requirements that two systems need in order to facilitate electronic data exchange and to enable business functions needed by their end users.


Address Cleansing Now Available!

AIRA provides access to address cleansing and geocoding services to all AIRA member IIS programs at no cost. This data quality intervention is part of AIRA’s broader Joint Development and Implementation initiative. Click here to learn more!


New! Accessing Records from IIS Jurisdictions Affected by 2017 Hurricanes

To expedite access to immunization records on individuals displaced by recent hurricanes, AIRA compiled information on out-of-jurisdiction record access from Florida, Puerto Rico, Texas and the Virgin Islands.