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To enroll as a user of ALERT IIS you will first complete the following steps. Depending on the type of access needed, new users will need to complete (1) the school/childcare training, (2) the query-only training, (3) the standard training, or (4) the super user training.
This training is designed for school staff and staff that work in child care centers, preschools and head start programs. The topics covered include how to login and search for a child's record, how to create lists of students and reports.
Things to know about the training videos
Vaccinating organizations – view-only access to immunization records
Designed for use in a clinical setting, the Query-Only User role allows view-only access to patient immunization history and immunization forecasting and access to print immunization records.
Vaccinating organizations - vaccination reporters and vaccine inventory managers
This is the most commonly used role in the medical clinic setting. The standard user access allows:
There are two options to complete the enrollment as a standard user of ALERT IIS:
Required for vaccinating organizations using state-supplied vaccine
This role is intended for clinical and pharmacy staff. Users must have completed Standard User training
Same functionality as the Standard User role, plus:
Super User Responsibilities
COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Training Information
COVID-specific Inventory Management Guide
COVID-19 Vaccine Ordering Process in ALERT IIS offers step-by-step instructions.
COVID-19 specific Running a reminder/recall report in ALERT IIS.
Once you have user access in ALERT IIS, there are additional trainings available to expand your skill set.
If users have completed the above trainings and need a quick refresher or would like a quick reference guide for running a report, check out the
tipsheets page which includes downloadable PDF files.
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