Due to a MCIR Outage the evening of Monday, 11.23.2020 HL7 messages from 9:30 pm – 10:55 pm may need to be resubmitted if your system does not automatically resend VXU messages to MCIR. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Due to a MCIR Outage the early morning of Monday, 11.23.2020 HL7 messages from 3:30 AM – 8:40 AM may need to be resubmitted if your system does not automatically resend VXU messages to MCIR. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Registration for the 2020 Fall Immunization Conferences is open! MDHHS is offering two live virtual dates, October 22 and 23. Cost is $25 per person. Earn continuing medical education (CME) credits. You may register at https://events.anr.msu.edu/FallImmunizationConferences/. Hurry! Registration closes October 21, at 5:00 pm.
Over the course of the last three weeks, the State MCIR Tech Team worked diligently to address the slowness and connectivity issues being experienced by our MCIR providers and users.
As of Monday, September 14th . . . More Information
This report is created monthly by the MDHHS Division of Immunization to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on immunization administration and reporting patterns to the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR) and the resulting effect on immunization coverage estimates. View Report
The State MCIR Tech Team are working diligently to address the slowness and connectivity issues being experienced by our MCIR providers and users. More information . . .
Centers for Disease Control Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
Data from the MCIR were used to show vaccine coverage declines among most children at milestone ages in May 2020 compared to previous May estimates.
Health care providers who are required to report an immunization shall report: ALL immunizations administered to every child born after December 31, 1993 and less than 20 years of age within 72 hours of administration. Visit for applicable laws.
The Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR) was created in 1998 to collect reliable immunization information for children and make it accessible to authorized users. A 2006 change to the Michigan Public Health Code enabled the MCIR to transition from a childhood immunization registry to a lifespan registry including citizens of all ages in the MCIR. MCIR benefits health care organizations, schools, licensed childcare programs, pharmacies and Michigan’s citizens by consolidating immunization information from multiple providers into a comprehensive immunization record. This consolidation reduces vaccine-preventable diseases and over-vaccination, allowing providers to view up-to-date patient immunization history in one system.