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Standard User Role and Training

This is the most commonly used ALERT IIS role in the medical clinic setting. The standard user role is a prerequisite to obtaining Super User access.

Standard User Role Provides:

  • Add/Edit access to patient immunization history and immunization forecasting
  • Access to print immunization records
  • Access to run most reports
PLUS:
  • Access to manage vaccine inventory, ordering state-supplied vaccine

Required Training

  • Watch the six short, on-demand videos below.
  • Print and submit the certificate at the end of each video with your new user enrollment paperwork.

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Standard User Training Videos
Accessing ALERT IIS Duration: 6 minutes
This video will walk through how to access the ALERT IIS website, logging into ALERT IIS with your organization code, user name, and password, and an overview of the features and functionality of the ALERT IIS home page.
Managing Patients* Duration: 10 minutes
This video will walk through searching for an existing patient in ALERT IIS, editing an existing patient’s demographic information, and entering a new patient into ALERT IIS.
(*not required for users who work at clinics submitting immunizations via electronic data exchange)
Understanding the History/Recommend Page Duration: 7 minutes
Learn how to verify patient information in ALERT IIS, view a patient’s immunization history and interpret ACIP vaccine recommendations.
Adding New Immunizations* Duration: 7 minutes
Learn how to enter a new immunization without the ALERT IIS Inventory module as well as using the ALERT IIS Inventory Module.
(*not required for users who work at clinics submitting immunizations via electronic data exchange)
Adding Historical Immunizations* Duration: 7 minutes
Identify what is a historical immunization record and learn how to enter historical immunization records step-by-step. (*not required for users who work at clinics submitting immunizations via electronic data exchange)
Generating Patient Specific Records Duration: 7 minutes
Learn how to read and print patient records, confidential records, Vaccine Administration Records for Pediatrics, Immunization History reports, Immunizations Needed reports, and Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) reports.

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