An immunization registry provides numerous benefits to all those involved in the health care of children and adults, contributing to a higher immunization rate and a healthier population.
- Providers have access to more complete immunization records of their patients and receive clinical decision support in accordance with an increasingly complex vaccination schedule.
- Individuals, parents and caregivers get reminders when an immunization has been missed. Up-to-date information on a person's vaccination history helps to prevent over-immunization.
- Schools will be able to save time in complying with immunization requirements.
- Public health systems will use the information to help monitor and control vaccine preventable diseases.
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This information is provided by within the Department of Public Health.