Connecticut's Electronic Death Registration System

"CT-Vitals"

What is CT-Vitals?

CT-Vitals is Connecticut's secure, web-based electronic death registration system. The system allows death data providers (funeral directors, medical certifiers, and local registrars) to electronically create, update, sign/certify, and register death certificates.

CT-Vitals will:

  • improve timeliness in death reporting
  • provide electronic workflow between the various data providers
  • allow for multiple data providers to access and complete their portion of the death certificate
  • improve disease tracking and reporting for public health surveillance and research
  • minimize errors with online edits
  • deliver real-time SSN verification with the Social Security Administration
  • allow funeral directors to pay for and print a burial permit and cremation certificate and order death certificates online
  • create an automated cremation authorization workflow

Quick Links

                  CT-Vitals Production Site                                    CT-Vitals Helpdesk

CT-Vitals Roll Out Process

Connecticut Department of Public Health Office of Vital Records intends to complete statewide roll out of the CT-Vitals System by mid-year 2021. A pilot of the CT-Vitals System was initiated in July 2020 in the city of New London. County by county expansion will begin December 2020. 

How to Become a CT-Vitals User

To become a CT-Vitals user, you must attend a training session and complete a User Request Form. Virtual and online training videos are available through CT Train. Please reference the following user guides to create an account and access our training:

 

For further assistance you may contact us at dph.edrs@ct.gov