Seamless Transition

The Public Health Division of the Wyoming Department of Health was faced with several challenges with their existing NEDSS Base System (NBS) implementation. These included the need to modernize their electronic laboratory reporting (ELR) architecture to respond to the demands of Meaningful Use and expand their surveillance capacity by using a up-to-date system implementation. After selecting InductiveHealth’s NBS hosting and support offering, within two weeks the Wyoming Department of Health’s NBS implementation was transitioned to InductiveHealth’s secure private cloud environment and fully upgraded and operational. This included a full round of testing with the new release and migrated historical data, along with transitioning of all of the Wyoming Department of Health’s existing ELR feeds. All of this was accomplished with nearly zero downtime for end-users.

Since then, InductiveHealth has dramatically increased ELR onboarding into Wyoming’s NBS implementation utilizing our Engage, Connect, Validate, Operate onboarding methodology. The result is more high-quality data available to epidemiologists with up-to-date system features and enhanced support.

“We are very happy with our partnership with InductiveHealth.  In just a few months they’ve made significant strides on-boarding laboratories for electronic lab reporting.  We are so excited about the progress and look forward to continuing our partnership.” – Clay Van Houten, Wyoming Department of Health