Iron Bridge Provides Active Engagement and Bidirectional Immunizations for Public Health

October 1, 2015

At Iron Bridge Integration, we have been closely following the proposed rulemaking for Meaningful Use stage 3 public health and clinical data registry reporting. While stage 3 rules are not yet finalized, Iron Bridge remains committed to helping its current and future customers achieve active engagement for public health and clinical data registry reporting, including bidirectional immunizations.

There is a wide variety of public health capabilities across the country. This variability has caused unneeded complexity for entities that must connect to multiple public health registries. To further complicate these needs, active engagement for immunization registries translates to bidirectional capabilities. Querying multiple public health registries can be complex, but Iron Bridge has solved this problem.

Iron Bridge now provides bidirectional immunization reporting and commits to providing active engagement for all other public health registries. For more information about how Iron Bridge can provide one connection and method to connect to your needed public health registries, please contact us at

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