North Dakota Immunization Information System (NDIIS)

NDIIS Login Information
How To Request Access to NDIIS
Request Access to NDIIS
 
NDIIS Login
 
THOR Support - Call toll-free 800.544.8467 or visit www.thor.org
►Provides technical assistance
►Reset passwords
►For other questions call 701.328.3386 or toll-free at 800.472.2180
 
Memos Related to NDIIS
NDIIS Upgrade Memo (May 6, 2013)
NDIIS Update: MOGE (Moved or Going Elsewhere) Status (June 15, 2011)
NDIIS Mandate (June 13, 2011)
North Dakota Immunization Information System (NDIIS) Reminder Recall (February 2, 2011)
 
Other NDIIS Resources and Information
NDIIS Confidentiality Policy
Request an Immunization Record
 
Introduction to NDIIS
Brief Overview
 
The North Dakota Immunization Information System (NDIIS) is a confidential, population-based, computerized information system that attempts to collect vaccination data about all North Dakotans.  The NDIIS is an important tool to increase and sustain high vaccination coverage by consolidating vaccination records of children from multiple providers, generating reminder and recall vaccination notices for each child and providing official vaccination forms and vaccination coverage assessments.  Children are entered into the NDIIS at birth through a linkage with electronic birth records.  An NDIIS vaccination record also can be initiated by a healthcare provider at the time of the child's first immunization.  The NDIIS has the capability of collecting vaccination data on adult patients as well as children.  
 
Vision
 
The vision of the NDIIS is for all North Dakotans to be included and for all providers in North Dakota to report immunization information so the system can provide a single data source for statewide immunization partners.  The vision to maintain a statewide database of immunization information is an effort to increase immunization rates in order to prevent vaccine-preventable diseases in North Dakota. 
 
Objectives
 
►To capture 100% of the vaccinations provided to children within North Dakota.
►To ensure that 95% of all children within the state who are younger than 6 are participating in the registry and have at least two immunizations recorded in the NDIIS. 
►To provide all registered NDIIS providers with access to vaccination data, in turn allowing them to query the registry for current and historical patient immunization records. 
►To maintain the confidentiality of all patient information received in the registry.
►To ensure that healthcare professionals administering immunizations are reporting to the NDIIS registry in a regular and timely manner (within one month of vaccine administration).
►To maintain the security of patient information stored in the registry.