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...

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Clearing the Release Log Jam

With the majority of states using a version of the NBS that is almost a year old, InductiveHealth’s Director of Professional Services, Stephen Macauley, recently sat down for a Q & A on how states can clear the release log jam. How would you describe the NBS release landscape? Complicated. With the release of 4.4.1 in January, most NBS states are now faced with sun setting Sun One Directory Server (4.4.1), the retirement of eWebIT(4.4), and upgrading of Operating Systems and Relational Databases (4.4.1). Simultaneously, states are having to respond to attestation requests for...

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Free Evaluation Instance Launch

Today InductiveHealth launches a new free offering to assist public health departments in testing and evaluation of the NEDSS Base System.  This is a dedicated instance for your public health department to evaluate new versions of the NBS, test configuration changes, validate upgrades, perform ELR back-testing, and many other uses (outside of Production operations). We support this offering either using our base install or, with an appropriate data-use agreement, using your NBS configuration and test data. To learn more, visit our offering page or contact us at...

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