How to be a COVID-19 Immunizing Provider

Medical Providers seeking to enroll and participate with the State of Michigan CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Program must 1st complete a current MCIR Provider Usage Agreement,* (if not already a current MCIR provider). Find your MCIR Site ID review instructions here.

A MCIR Site ID is required to complete the RedCap Registration CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Program Provider Agreement Form.

For a complete checklist of necessary information review the COVID-19 Provider Enrollment Checklist or visit the COVID-19 Immunizing Providers page.

*Complete the MCIR Provider Usage Agreement access here and connect with your Regional MCIR Provider.

Michigan’s COVID-19 Dashboard Featured

Prevent Epidemics presents Tracking COVID-19 in the United States featuring the COVID-19 Vaccine Indicators Report February 2021.

Michigan is noted as a best practice example regarding the Vaccine Supply Indicator section. Michigan’s dashboard displays comprehensive detail about doses distributed by county, provider type, vaccine manufacturer, and includes trends over time.

Visit MCIR’s Highlights page, Publications section for more . . .

Newborn Screening (NBS) and Newborn Hearing (EDHI)

As of January 19, 2020 Newborn Screening (NBS) and Newborn Hearing(EDHI) results are being displayed in MCIR. 

These results are provided by the VITAL Events Registration Application (VERA).  VERA automates the processing of vital records data to downstream recipients including Newborn Screening, Medicaid, Immunization, Hearing Screening, Social Security Administration, Local Vital Records Offices and the CDC.  For any questions on NBS results please call 1-866-673-9939 or any questions on newborn Hearing (EDHI) screens please call 517-335-8878.

COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Enrollments and New MCIR Provider User Agreements

Due to the extremely high number of COVID Immunizing Provider Enrollment applications being submitted to MDHHS and centralization of establishing new MCIR provider sites, applications are prioritized according to when they will be receiving the COVID vaccines.  Priority is according to those sites identified to be receiving COVID vaccine in the very near future and are required to be processed prior to others that may not receive vaccine until a later date when available according to the set prioritization.

The COVID Enrollment form in Redcap approval does not guarantee receival of COVID vaccine (at least not immediately).   If you have any questions regarding enrolling in the COVID Vaccine Program please email your question to  You may also visit, then selecting “Provider Guidance and Education” for additional information.