The goal of the Immunization Registry Initiative is to enroll all newborns admitted to Newborn Critical Care nurseries in North Carolina in the state registry (NCIR) prior to discharge from the hospital.The North Carolina Immunization Registry (NCIR) is a secure, web-based clinical tool which has become the official source for North Carolina immunization information. The NCIR will take the place of handwritten charting of immunizations administered in the state. Immunization providers may access all recorded childhood immunizations administered in North Carolina, regardless of where the immunizations were given.
NC Immunization Registry
February 17, 2011 - The feed from vital records into the registry has proceeded as planned and nurses in the Newborn Critical Care Center are able to search the registry and find infants when immunizations are given. Parents are particularly pleased Read more...
February 17, 2011 - Much of the North Carolina flora is in hibernation but in the Newborn Critical Care Center (NCCC) at the pilot hospital the final flurry of activity to create a system that allows inpatient hospitals to record immunizations in Read more...
With guidance from PQCNC, a reliable system for data entry for the NCCC in the North Carolina Children’s Hospital is in place and the final trainings have been held for full implementation of the Learn more...
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