KYIR Electronic Reporting Providers

​​​​​​What is an electronic reporter?

An electronic reporter is a clinic or pharmacy that uses an existing electronic interface (EHR) to input vaccination data. Electronic reporters have live connections with the Kentucky Health Information Exchange (or KHIE).

How do I report vaccine information?

Vaccination information may be uploaded via an electronic medical records.

What information is reported to KYIR?

Vaccination data entered into the clinic EHR is sent to KYIR through KHIE and the vaccination is recorded on the patient's records.

Does my inventory decrement automatically?

Inventory does not auto-decrement as vaccines are administered through your EHR. Aggregate reporters must complete a reconciliation to adjust inventory counts. Inventory management only applies to Vaccines for Children (VFC) and COVID-19 providers.

Who should have access?

Primary and back-up coordinators for state vaccination programs such as VFC and COVID-19 need to access KYIR for inventory

KYIR General Information

Tips on Logging in to KYIR (video)

How to Print a Certificate from KYIR (video)

How to Print a Certificate and Immunization Record from KYIR (guide)

Electronic Reporter Training Resources by Topic

Additional KYIR Resources

KYIR Home Web Page

KYIR Training and Information Web Page

KYIR Manual Entry Providers Web Page

KYIR Application

KYIR Helpdesk

Contact the Helpdesk

Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Eastern time
Friday 8 a.m. - noon. Eastern time

Use the email option Friday from noon - 4 p.m. Eastern time

Phone: (502) 564-0038

Press 0 and tell the operator the general topic you need assistance with to be routed to the appropriate staff.

Email Helpdesk