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NCIR Education

NCIR Trainings

The following trainings are related to NCIR users and their specific roles in the registry. User roles include reports-only, typical user, inventory control, and administrators.

The user roles are defined as follows:

  • Reports-only: The reports only user is able to search for clients and print client specific immunization records. This user may not edit or update information in the registry.
  • Typical User: This user role is the most common in the NCIR. The typical user finds, adds, and edits clients records, manages immunization information, and prints immunization report for clients. The typical user is able to do everything that can be done by the reports-only user.
  • Inventory Control: The inventory control user is responsible for the managing of the organization's inventory of vaccines. This role is able to use the NCIR to view the organization's inventory, add vaccines, update vaccines, view inventory transactions, submit inventory counts, and view inventory reports - including Vaccine Accountability Statements. The inventory control user is able to do everything that can be done by the typical user and reports-only user
  • Administrator: This user role serves as the main contact for the NCIR within the health care organization. Administrators are responsible for adding new users and inactivating users who should no longer have access. Administrators are also responsible for maintaining organization specific information, including user, site, and clinician information. This user role is able to run reports, including reminder/recall reports and reports to access immunization coverage. The administrator is able to do everything that can be done by report-only, typical, and inventory control users. It is required that you have at least two administrators within your organization - one primary and at least one backup.

New User Trainings for All NCIR Users

Inventory Management for Administrators and Inventory Control Users

Trainings for Administrators

Reports in NCIR for Administrators

NCIR Documents

These documents below will provide ongoing support with daily NCIR tasks.

Quick Reference and NCIR How-To Guides

Inventory management tools ensure that vaccine is handled appropriately through the cold chain. Immunization schedules, clinical resources, and provider resources help your practice stay up to date on best practices and available resources to support those practices. Coverage criteria is frequently updated and affects which clients can receive state-supplied vaccine.