- Download the specification guide to the system you wish to test with
Online Public Health testing registration
Once MDCH receives your online registration, we will record the information for auditing purposes and contact you with further details on the meaningful use testing process.
Once your organization has submitted a test message and begin our follow up submission process, MDCH will send out a confirmation letter regarding your test for your meaningful use records.
If you have any questions regarding Meaningful Use testing with Michigan Public Health Systems, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Michigan Immunization Care Registry (MCIR)
- Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS)
- Michigan Syndromic Surveillance System (MSSS)
*Once we receive your online registration it will be put into a queue. Testing is prioritized based upon (1) your agency's report period and (2) the order that we receive online registrations. Due to current testing volumes please allow at least two weeks for a response. An email will be sent to the "Site Contact Person" with test message submission instructions.
*Timeframes: the State of Michigan validates test messages ahead and during 90-day attestation reporting periods. Test messages should be submitted at least a month before the end of the 90-day attestation reporting period, and preferably well in advance of the beginning date of the report period to allow time to address any unforeseen problems. You cannot test after your 90-day reporting period.