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    ImmuNet Hot Topics​

    2/5/2021 - For Providers: COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Update

    All providers can now register, however, vaccine ordering will not be opened until a later time when vaccines are more widely available. All approved registrants will be notified when ordering is open in ImmuNet. If you are seeking COVID vaccine for yourself or staff please visit covidvax.maryland.gov​ or call 1-855-MDGOVAX to find a vaccination clinic.

    Please review the registration guide (HERE) to collect the information needed to register. Only one staff from each practice is needed to do the quick screen and sign in to ImmuNet to complete the profile registration. Providers waiting to get ImmuNet access are in a queue; thank you for your patience as we work towards your place in the queue.

    Pharmacies participating in the Federal Pharmacy Partnership Program do not need to register in ImmuNet but still need to report administered doses to ImmuNet. See here​ for more information.

    10/30/2020 - For Providers: Phase 1 COVID-19 Vaccine Registration

    MDH is only accepting COVID-19 Vaccine Registration from Hospitals and Local Health Departments at this time. All other provider types will be able to register at a later time. Please have one staff from each facility complete a quick screening before signing in to ImmuNet to complete/update the profile registration. The link to start the screening/registration is on the ImmuNet login page: mdimmunet.org. Please refer to this Guide to assist with the screening/registration process.

    10/22/2020 - For Providers: COVID-19 Vaccine Registration/Onboarding

    A clinician email​ was sent out to remind potential COVID-19 vaccinators to enroll and onboard with ImmuNet in preparation for registering (Nov 2020) and ordering COVID-19 vaccine (when it is available).

    10/20/2020 - ImmuNet Technical Issues

    ImmuNet has been having a few technical issues of late, most which has been resolved. The most recent issue on 10/19/2020 was due to an outage of DNS servers at register.com, where ImmuNet currently has its domain name. Although the issue is now resolved, MDH is taking steps to obtain additional DNS servers to avoid a repetition of the issue should register.com have future outages. Thank you for your patience as we continue to resolve ImmuNet technical issues.

     5/18/2020 - ImmuNet’s Reminder/Recall functionality

    Healthcare providers are encouraged to remind their patients to get vaccinated. To use ImmuNet’s Reminder/Recall functionality, click here for the Quick Reference Guide.

    VFC Providers, see this VFC webpage for more information.

    5/phpa/1/2020 - For Providers: ImmuNet enrollment

    A Clinician Letter was sent out to remind all Maryland providers to enroll in and report to ImmuNet if they are interested to order and administer COVID-19 vaccine when it is available. Click
    here for a copy of the Clinician Letter.

    3/phpa/16/2020 - For VFC Providers about ImmuNet Help Desk during COVID-19 Response

    ​On March 12, 2020, Governor Larry Hogan mandated that state employees telework in response to the evolving COVID-19 situation. We wanted to update you on how this will affect the VFC Program.

    1. The ImmuNet Help Desk will remain active so continue to use the Help Desk to communicate with the ImmuNet program with any issues. Please call or email in lieu of fax/mail. If Protected Health Information (PHI) is involved, please ask the Help Desk to email you a secure email for you to share the PHI.

    2. Vaccine orders will continue to be processed in ImmuNet as normal.  Please continue to submit your inventories/orders through ImmuNet.


    As this COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, please monitor this announcement for updates.  

    Thank you and stay safe!


    Please see the menu option on the left for ImmuNet links or forms.