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Indiana State Department of Health

Indiana State Department of Health

Vital Records > Records Reporting > Reporting Death Records Reporting Death Records

The Indiana Death Registration System (IDRS) rolled out in January 2011 and currently has about 1,200 users.

The goal of IDRS is to enable the participants of the death registration process to electronically file death records with local and state registrars. Registration facilities will access the system online so that facts of death and medical information can be registered electronically.

IDRS provides the capability to electronically file approximately 56,000 Indiana deaths annually. Registration takes place in the county of occurrence, as prescribed by law, with user-friendly data entry screens, online help and instructions, real-time editing, and 24/7 accessibility. The use of a highly secure website for reporting allows for higher quality data, error reduction, greater efficiency, the ability to reduce fraud and identity theft, and provide uniform death certificates for the entire state.

To obtain access to IDRS, please complete and submit the application form located below. A variety of tutorials, as well as tailored user guidance documents, are provided as training for IDRS.

To access IDRS, visit the IDRS Webpage. For assistance, please email VRHelpDesk@isdh.in.gov or call the Helpdesk at (317) 233-7989.

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