More than 6.9 million persons currently are included in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR).
More than 83 million doses have been entered by immunization providers.
The MCIR Web application uses the State of Michigan's Single Sign On web application portal for security and access.
MCIR's link with lead screening provides child lead screening information to providers and licensed childcare centers.
Providers are also able to view a child’s Newborn Metabolic Screening (NBS), Newborn Hearing Screening (Early Hearing Detection Intervention, “EHDI”), and Early Periodic Screening and Diagnostic Testing (EPSDT) through MCIR.
Providers and Local Health Departments use the MCIR Vaccine Inventory Module (VIM) to account for Michigan Vaccines For Children (MI-VFC) vaccine stock.
- 2010 MCIR User Activity:
- Number of daily logins:
- Average is 15,636
- Peak is 36,609
- Number of concurrent users:
- Average is 1,300
- Peak is 2,700
- Total registered users, active within last 90 days: 28,546
In October 2003 MCIR received 2 out of 3 national Immunization Registry awards:
The Grow Award acknowledges an immunization registry that has achieved participation from a high percentage of health care providers from the public and private sectors through effective, innovative, sustainable, and generalizable recruitment strategies.
The Protect Awardrecognizes the role that immunization registries play in supporting immunization program decision-making. This award acknowledges the application of registry data in measuring and monitoring immunization coverage, and in ultimately protecting children from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Updated on March 29, 2011