ImmPRINT – siis.state.al.us
ImmPRINT currently is accepting Query/Response, Acknowledgement Messages, and National Drug Codes (NDC) for encountered vaccines. By 01/01/2018, ImmPRINT will implement the CDC HL7 2.5.1 Implementation Guide for Immunization Messaging, Release 1.5 and Addendum
ImmPRINT | Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH)
ImmPRINT Note to All Providers. Our latest ImmPRINT enhancement is coming in October 2020. The Alabama Department of Public Health, Immunization Division, will be providing free supplemental Adult Influenza (Flu) Vaccine along with ancillary supplies for ImmPRINT providers. Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), Immunization Division (IMM), Immunization Patient Resources with Integrated Technology (ImmPRINT)
ImmPRINT COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Enrollment Overview
For more information or questions email [email protected] 1 ImmPRINT COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Enrollment Overview To receive and administer COVID-19 vaccine, vaccination providers must enroll in the Alabama Department of Public Health’s ImmPRINT COVID-19 Vaccination Program.
Special Project Vaccine Enrollment
• Selecting “Ok” will take the user back to the ImmPRINT login page. • When the SEA is expired, and the SA logs into ImmPRINT, they will receive the following message after logging into ImmPRINT. • Select “Ok” will take the Site Administrator to the SEA.
COVID-19 VACCINE PROVIDER TOOLKIT
Department of Public Health’s ImmPRINT COVID-19 Vaccination Program. Each vaccination site within an organization, must enroll in ImmPRINT to participate in COVID-19 vaccine program. If your site is already enrolled in ImmPRINT, you do not need to re-enroll. Go to Complete the COVID-19 Provider Agreement and Profile. • E NROLL IN ImmPRINT
ImmPrint Glossary – Alabama Department of Public Health
ImmPrint Glossary. ADPH acronym that stands for Alabama Department of Public Health, the state agency tasked with Public Health needs statewide adverse reactions drop list of standard reaction, when a reaction does occur, that vaccine will no longer be recommended under the Recommended Vaccines