Vermont Immunization Registry - IMR
We invite you to join our efforts to help health care providers across the state provide immunization coverage for Vermonters, and to make access to immunization documentation more efficient.
Vermont Immunization Registry Team
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- If you can not remember your credentials, contact us at 1-888-688-4667 or email IMR@vermont.gov.
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- Immunization Data Briefs
- Recent additions: HPV, Hepatitis B Birth Dose, Pertussis
- That's not my patient!
- Entering Influenza Immunizations - 09/2014
- Updates to the IMR and Quick User Guide
Updates include new practice level reports, and new ways of managing your patient list and entering vaccines. Visit User Support Materials for more information on what the registry can do for you.
- How to Use the Patient Status Variable
- Using TDap Not-Up-to-Date Report
- Have You Made the Right Connections for HL7 Data Exchange?
- Patient Searching Information
About the Vermont Immunization Registry
The Vermont Immunization Registry is a confidential, population-based, computerized database that contains a record of immunization doses administered by participating providers to persons residing within a given geopolitical area.
At the point of clinical care, a registry can provide consolidated immunization histories for use by a provider in determining appropriate client vaccinations. At the population level, a registry provides aggregate data on vaccinations for use in surveillance and program operations, and in guiding public health action with the goals of improving vaccination rates and reducing vaccine-preventable disease.