Immunization Patient Registry with Internet Technology (ImmPRINT) is a statewide population-based information system for all children born in Alabama since January 1, 1993. Vaccine histories are also available for patients of all ages if they have been to a county health department or see a private provider enrolled in ImmPRINT.

ImmPRINT Enrollment Benefits

  • Print only ADPH approved Certificate of Immunization
  • See Vaccine Forecaster to ensure the best medical decision
  • Run HL7 Reports to ensure all vaccine administered is transmitted

ImmPRINT Meaningful Use (MU)

Alabama Department of Public Health
Immunization Patient Resources with Integrated Technology (ImmPRINT)
Declaration of Readiness for Modified Stage 2 and Stage 3 Meaningful Use (MU)

Readiness Statement
ImmPRINT accepts electronic immunization data submissions from Eligible Professionals’ (EPs) and Eligible Hospitals’ (EHs) certified electronic health record (EHR), to fulfill the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program and the MIPS Advancing Care Information Quality Payment Program for Public Health MU Reporting Objective - Immunization Registry Reporting.

Therefore, no Alabama EPs or EHs administering vaccines can receive exclusion to the Public Health Reporting MU Objective- Immunization Registry Reporting.

ImmPRINT accepts MU Exchange Standards listed below:
· MU Stage 2 HL7 Version 2.5.1
· MU Stage 3 HL7 Version 2.5.1

ImmPRINT currently is accepting Query/Response, Acknowledgement Messages, and National Drug Codes (NDC) for encountered vaccines. By 01/01/2018, ImmPRINT will implement the CDC HL7 2.5.1 Implementation Guide for Immunization Messaging, Release 1.5 and Addendum.

ADPH has been requested by Alabama providers statewide to supply the list of EHR vendors who have signed the Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) for HL7 onboarding. ADPH is not endorsing any vendors, but simply providing the requested list. Since September 2016, the following vendors have signed the DSA:

  • Advanced MD
  • athenahealth
  • Bizmatics Inc.
  • Brookwood Baptist Health 2, LLC
  • Cerner Corporation
  • Clinix Md
  • DavLong Business Solutions LLC
  • eClinicalWorks
  • FlexMedical
  • Fox Meadows Software Ltd
  • Greenway
  • Jackson Keys
  • McKesson Specialty Health
  • Medconnect
  • Office Practicum
  • Scientific Technologies Corporation
  • Script Management Partners
  • Sevocity
  • Systemedx Inc

Healthcare Providers: Be the Boss of Your EHR!

  • Providers pay their vendors for their EHR (Electronic Health Record).
  • Provider/staff must verify what their vendor is doing or not doing.
  • Provider/staff is the only entity that can ensure its vendor's compliance.
  • IMM will support providers/staff to "Be the Boss" by scheduling a three-way conference call with the provider, the vendor, and the ImmPRINT staff. To schedule a conference call, email your request to



If you are a healthcare provider, school, or child care center and want to enroll, please contact your Area Immunization Compliance Consultant listed below.

Dana Battle
(256) 301-6748

Dana Battle
(256) 301-6748

Jennifer Hare
(205) 562-6964

Cris Agee
(205) 930-1960

Karen Bush
(256) 569-8170

Phyllis Coughran
(256) 315-4863

Denice Clark
(334) 877-2878

Nakema Moss
(334) 293-6458

David Legett
(251) 937-5859

PHA 10
Charlotte Gilmore
(334) 347-9574

PHA 11
(251) 544-2125


Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)

The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a national vaccine safety surveillance program co-sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

VAERS provides a nationwide mechanism by which adverse events following immunization may be reported analyzed, and made available to the public. VAERS also provides a vehicle for disseminating vaccine-safety-related information to parents and guardians, health care providers, vaccine manufacturers, state vaccine programs, and other constituencies.

You are obligated to report all vaccine adverse events online. Please select this link to go directly to VAERS.

Page last updated: August 22, 2017