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Or. Rev. Stat. § 433.094 - Development of immunization registry and tracking and recall system

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An immunization registry and an associated tracking and recall system established by the Oregon Health Authority and/or a local health department must do the following:

  1. Register clients born, living in, or receiving services in Oregon;
  2. Track and update immunization histories of registered clients;
  3. Allow a provider, the authority or a local health department to provide information to and obtain information from the immunization records or the tracking and recall records, without the consent of the client or parents or guardian of a child;
  4. Allow the record of a client under the care of an authorized user to be released to an authorized user;
  5. Notify a parent or guardian of a missed scheduled immunization at least until the child is 6 years old;
  6. Integrate with any immunization registry and its associated tracking and recall system; and
  7. Work with health care providers to develop information transfer systems.

Information in the immunization registry and tracking and recall system may be released to an authorized user to reach out to clients who have missed immunizations or for public health assessment or evaluation relating to immunizations and vaccine preventable diseases.

Current as of June 2015