ABOUT US The Southeast Minnesota Immunization Connection (SEMIC) is a regional board coordinating 11 counties in Southeast Minnesota that participate in the Minnesota Immunization Information Connection (MIIC).

MIIC is a confidential, computerized network of shared immunization records. It provides clinics, schools, and parents with accurate, complete, and up-to-date immunization records given anywhere in the state.

WHAT WE DO Our board works together to monitor immunization rates in each county, implement communications for immunization reminders, and find creative and meaningful ways to increase immunization rates in our region.

Our state registry (MIIC) is a very useful tool for retrieving records given elsewhere, viewing immunization forecasting information, and running reports on clients and immunization data, all in a safe and secure site.

  • Answer questions about MIIC
  • Reset passwords
  • Add/delete users
  • Correct issues: Duplicate patients and mislabeled shots
  • Run reports: Improbable shots and immunization summary reports
  • Monitor batch uploads
MISSION STATEMENT To facilitate a comprehensive immunization registry for residents of southeast Minnesota in order to optimize immunization rates and thereby decrease vaccine preventable diseases.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO THE IMMUNIZATION REGISTRY? Only entities covered by the Minnesota Immunization Data Sharing Law (Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 144.3351) can view immunization data in MIIC.

This includes, but is not limited to: physicians, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, school nurses, child care facilities, boards of health, community action agencies, and the commissioner of health. Users must be providing immunization services on behalf of the patient. All organizations sign a security and confidentiality agreement.

Members of the public may "opt out" of MIIC. If you have questions about this process, or the implications of removing yourself from this system, please contact SEMIC at 507-282-1772.

Like you, SEMIC wants all of those in our community up-to-date on the recommended vaccines.

State law requires each child to be up-to-date for vaccines for school entry. Sometimes vaccines are given too early. They are given before a child is old enough or they are given too soon after an earlier dose. Their body fails to see the vaccine dose. As a result, the vaccine dose does not work. It does not give immune protection. It is important for these invalid vaccine doses to be repeated. These will protect the child and permit the child to attend school.

We will support your school nurse, your county’s public health service, and your health care provider in making sure your child gets valid doses of vaccine that work.


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