Immunization Information Systems (IIS)

Immunization Information Systems are a useful way to record, track, and manage your patients’ immunizations. Each state has a unique immunization information system, or immunization registry and not all are built to track adult immunizations. To find information on your state’s immunization registry visit the CDC’s Immunization Information Systems State/Territory/City Contacts page.

CDC’s Immunization Information Systems Branch, Amanda Bryant, Immunization Information System Support Branch, Immunization Services Division, NCIRD/CDC

American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA), Alison Chi, Program Director American Immunization Registry Association,

Immunization Information Systems Brochure for healthcare providers

Developed by the National Adult and Influenza Immunization Summit, this customizable brochure is meant to encourage healthcare providers with adult patients to onboard and use IIS.  It aims to create awareness among these healthcare providers about “what’s in it for them” when they document the immunizations they give to their adult patients in their state’s registry.

This “customizable” brochure allows any state or city health department to insert their own name and logo into the brochure. The brochure is a product of many inputs, including feedback from many IIS managers and a review of the currently available state-specific websites and promotional brochures. It also includes feedback from the IIS sentinel sites when they visited CDC in Atlanta in August 2015.

       > Click here to download the PDF Brochure

Instructions for customizing this Brochure:
To edit a pdf in Acrobat, go to the view tab in the Acrobat bar, pull down the menu under the view tab and select  tools— A bar menu will appear to the side, then select Content Editing. After selecting Content Editing, another window will come up. Click on Edit Text and Images, then click in the area that you want to revise. After clicking on Edit Text; all of the text boxes will be seen in text frames. Once you have made your revisions, save the document and you will be good to go.