Here at Florida SHOTS, we understand that you may encounter challenges when using the registry. For our upcoming live webinar series, we will provide you with simple solutions to the most frequent questions from users across the state. For the first half of the webinar, we will cover general challenges such as logging in, duplicate records, and missing vaccines. For the second half, we'll focus on VFC-related issues including suspended orders, missing temperatures, updating the Log Tag calibration expiration date, and saving files in ".csv" format. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER We hope you will join us!
Did you know that the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recently released the 2017 immunization schedules for children, adolescents, and adults? Click HERE to access the schedules and HERE to download a poster with the updated childhood and adolescent immunization schedule for your practice.
Florida SHOTS users and patient records are integral parts of a data universe that thrives on information. Users make a great impact by entering as much verified information as possible in a timely manner. When each of us does our part in ensuring complete, correct, and current information, time is saved by not having to adjust inaccurate or duplicate records. This means that the correct patients get the vaccinations they need on schedule. Take the time now to save time later.
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If you’ve recently recalibrated one or more of your Log Tag thermometers, make sure to also update the new expiration date within Florida SHOTS. To do this, navigate to your refrigerator/freezer unit’s “Calibration Log,” found on the menu within the “Temperature Logs” page in Florida SHOTS. Once you see the “Calibration Log,” double click on the Log Tag line item to open the “Update Calibration Record” screen. Enter the new calibration expiration date in the “Expiration Date” field and click on the “Change” button to save. That’s it!