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Florida Public Health Registries (MU Objective 10)

Last Updated: Jun 20, 2017 05:35PM PDT


Meaningful Use measure, Objective 10, requires Eligible Professionals (EPs) to enroll and engage in two public health registries in their state. The three registry options are: immunization registry, syndromic surveillance, and specialized registry. 

For 2016 only, providers can claim an alternate exclusion for syndromic surveillance and specialized registry to meet the second registry requirement this year. Therefore, providers are only required to engage with their state’s immunization registry (exclusion from immunization registry counts).

Florida's registry options are listed below.  After enrolling, if the registry reaches out to start the onboarding process, you must respond within 30 days. Please be sure to also forward the request to Elation at

1. Florida Immunization Registry - Florida Shots

Register here:

Exclusion: EPs who do not administer vaccines are excluded from this measure.

2. Syndromic Surveillance (Hospitals & Urgent Care Centers Only)

Florida only supports Syndromic Surveillance for eligible hospitals and urgent care centers. If you are not part of an urgent care center, this registry option is not available.

Exclusion: EPs who do not have a syndromic surveillance option are excluded from this measure. 

3. Specialized Registries - Cancer Registry

Click on this link to register for Florida's Cancer Registry:

Exclusion: EPs who do not diagnose or treat cancer patients are excluded from this measure. 

If you have any questions about registering for and submitting data to public health agencies in your area, please contact us at
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