Registries

Registries

The NC HIEA is a proud partner with the North Carolina Division of Public Health (NCDPH) and is working alongside this agency to deliver public health registry reporting for full participants through the NC HealthConnex connection.

  • NCIR - Bi-directional routing of patient immunization information through a common NC HealthConnex interface. This is only available to participants who complete the NCIR onboarding process with the Immunization Branch of NCDPH.
  • ELR - Electronic reporting from laboratories to the NCDPH of laboratory reports which identify required reportable communicable diseases and conditions.
  • Diabetes - The NC HIEA is pleased to announce that effective June 1, 2018, the NC Diabetes Specialized Public Health Registry, developed in partnership with the Division of Public Health, will be available for population health purposes. Full participants of NC HealthConnex are eligible to participate in the registry by signing the NC HealthConnex Diabetes Registry Form. Data submitted to NC HealthConnex will be included in the Diabetes Registry, as appropriate. No additional data submission from participants is required.  The NC HealthConnex Diabetes Registry supports attestation for Meaningful Use Stage 3 and Modified Stage 2 for eligible hospitals, eligible critical access hospitals, and eligible professionals as well as Medicare Quality Payment Program Advancing Care Information for eligible clinicians. More information on the diabetes registry is available.