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ALERT Immunization Information System

Adults, parents, and guardians looking for immunization records, go to How to Get Your Immunization Record
About Immunization Information Systems (IIS)

Immunization information systems (IIS) help providers, families, and public health officials by consolidating immunization information into one reliable source. The information can then be used to guide patient care, improve vaccination rates, and ultimately reduce vaccine-preventable diseases.

CDC Basics of Immunization Information Systems

About ALERT IIS

The ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS) at www.alertiis.org, is Oregon's statewide immunization registry. ALERT began in 1996 as a childhood immunization information system, but in 2008, it grew to include all ages. In 2010, ALERT became ALERT IIS, an even stronger web-based system with many new features.

By law, only authorized users are allowed to access immunization information in ALERT IIS. Authorized users include health care providers, local health departments, health plans, schools, and children's facilities. 

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New Clinic Enrollment

To become a COVID-19, VFC or VAP provider, your clinic must enroll in ALERT IIS first. Learn more about how using ALERT IIS can benefit your practice.

Frequently Asked Questions


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New User Accounts

To access and use the ALERT IIS system, you need to take the appropriate training.

There are four kinds of users: school/child care, query only, standard and super users.


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Training

Once you have a user account, you have access to wide array of trainings on different functionalities of ALERT IIS.

  • User Specific Trainings
  • COVID-19 & Flu
  • Inventory Management
  • ALERT Reports
School and child care staff can take refresher trainings in order to verify vaccinations or report rates.

Immunization providers can access instructional documents and expand their knowledge to utilize other features of ALERT IIS. Additional Tipsheets are available to support learning.

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 Data Exchange

There are a variety of different options for submitting data to the ALERT Immunization System (IIS): the user interface, batch uploading and real time data exchange.

If you are using an electronic health record system, learn how to set up electronic data exchange with ALERT IIS.

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