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ALERT IIS Organization Codes typically follow the form of a two-letter prefix (usually "AL") followed by four numbers. VFC PINs are 6 digits long, either all numbers for public sites, five numbers followed by a letter for satellites, or a single letter (usually "P") followed by 5 numbers for private sites.
Most organizations which participate in the ALERT IIS Program have an individual on staff recognized as the ALERT IIS "Authorized Representative" or the "ALERT IIS Technical Contact." VFC Participating clinics, likewise, usually have a "Primary VFC/AFIX" coordinator on staff, and a staff member responsible for receipt of VFC vaccine deliveries. These individuals should know the clinic's ALERT IIS Organization Code and/or VFC PIN.
If you cannot identify your ALERT IIS Organization Code or VFC PIN at this time, please contact our Help Desk at (800) 980-9431 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal immunization records from ALERT IIS can be obtained from your, or your child’s, medical provider. Many schools and daycare centers also have access and can provide you with a copy of your child’s record. If neither of these options provides the information you need, please contact the ALERT IIS Help Desk at 1-800-980-9431.
If you're not sure about the status of your clinic's participation in either ALERT IIS or the VFC Program, please make every effort to confirm that your clinic does not already have an ALERT IIS Organization Code or VFC PIN.
If you wish to obtain an ALERT IIS account, or enroll with the VFC Program, you may do so as follows:
The Oregon Immunization Program works to reduce the incidence of vaccine-preventable disease in Oregon. Our staff members seek to identify and promote evidence-based public health best practices to both the public and to health care professionals throughout the state.
In addition to education, the Oregon Immunization Program provides technical assistance and quality improvement for both public and private practices.
The Oregon Immunization Program is part of the Center for Public Health Practice.
This portion of the Immunization Program website is intended for use by authorized staff members of clinics that participate in, or wish to participate in the ALERT IIS and/or VFC Program.
If you have questions or seek additional information, or wish to obtain immunization records for yourself or your minor child, please contact the Help Desk at (800) 980-9431 or email@example.com.
Enter your ALERT IIS Organization Code or VFC PIN to get started:
Get an ALERT IIS account
Renew your ALERT IIS participation agreement
Recertify for the VFC Program
Update your clinic information
Test HL7 messaging for ALERT IIS data exchange
The ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS) is a statewide immunization registry developed to achieve complete and timely immunization of all Oregonians throughout their lives. ALERT collects immunization data from both public and private health care providers to create complete records for individuals in Oregon.
The Vaccines for Children Program (VFC) is a federally funded program that provides vaccines at no cost to children who might not otherwise be vaccinated because of inability to pay.
VFC helps families by providing vaccines at no cost to enrolled public and private medical practices - who then can offer them at no charge to qualified patients (birth through age 18). This allows providers to make all routine pediatric vaccines available to eligible children without high out-of-pocket costs.
State of Oregon: Health Authority | Public Health Division | Center for Public Health Practice | Immunization Program
Contact the Immunization Program Help Desk: (800) 980-9431 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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