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  1. Noam Arzt
  2. Immunization information systems & coverage monitoring
  3. Monday, 09 October 2017

A new release (v 1.9.1.0) of the Immunization Calculation Engine (ICE) is now available (download ICE v 1.9.1.0). ICE is a state-of-the-art open-source software system that provides clinical decision support for immunizations (CDSi) for use in Immunization Information Systems (IIS), Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Persona

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The release includes the following changes:

l Health Record (PHR) Systems.

  • Added support for Meningococcal B.
  • Support for Meningococcal B has been added as a new vaccine group, separate from the existing Meningococcal ACWY vaccine group. Meningococcal ACWY will continue to be returned as its own vaccine group.
  • Implementers may need to modify their software to start looking for the new Meningococcal B vaccine group code (835).
  • Logic fixes for HPV and Hep B vaccine groups.
  • Addition of non-U.S. vaccine DTaP-IPV-Hib (CVX 170)
  • Release notes that describe the latest changes in more detail

Please refer to the updated ICE Implementation Guide (v2r17) for information on how to make the appropriate adjustments to your software to be compatible with this release. The guide provides details about the new Meningococcal B vaccine group implementation as well as a few other vaccines and reason codes that have been added. In addition, a “tracked changes version” of this same guide is also available. The tracked changes are intended to make it easier to see what has changed since the prior release (v 1.8.2.0).

You can determine which release of ICE you are using by viewing the README.HISTORY file that is included with each distribution.

Please feel free to e-mail us at [email protected] if you have any questions.

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Noam Arzt Accepted Answer

Thanks, Carolina.

There are lots of places where the use case for this is described. Here are a few:

Hope that helps.

Noam

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Thank you for sharing. I think it is great having these types of tools to better identify which vaccines each kid needs, in this current complex envirorment of new vaccines, delays, etc. Are the use cases sharable? 

To ask to other TechNet-21 users, in your settings, do you have immunization clinical decision support tools in your electronic immunization registries? Does the Bogota, Argentina, Chile or other e-Registries have this function?

Regards to all,

Carolina

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