The San Diego Regional Immunization Registry (SDIR) is a collaborative effort of the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency Public Health Services Immunization Program and other public and private health care providers, schools, child care and other county programs. The Registry provides an electronic record of all immunizations given to an individual by participating providers in both the public and private sectors. It is a web-based tool that helps doctors with their immunization practice management and increases patient satisfaction by decreasing unnecessary immunizations and decreases vaccine preventable diseases by identifying shots that are needed.
For more information, including a complete description of SDIR functions, features and technical requirements, go to http://www.sdiz.org/cair-sdir/index.html and you will be redirected to the San Diego County Immunization Coalition website.
SDIR is part of the California State Immunization Information System (SIIS) which is a collaboration of nine regional and two county immunization registries which ensures the secure, electronic exchange of immunization records to support the elimination of vaccine preventable diseases. For more information on the California SIIS go to http://www.ca-siis.org/