November 2017

November 2017

  • VFC Inventory: “Shots Recorded FAQs” Now Available

    Check out our newest Florida SHOTS FAQ document containing questions and answers about the recent addition of the “Shots Recorded” column on the “VFC Order Request” page. You will see how the shots recorded totals are calculated, what may cause discrepancies between your “Doses Administered” and “Shots Recorded” columns and much more. Click HERE to view!


  • Don’t Miss Our Live Webinars!

    Throughout November, we will be going over the recent updates to the Florida SHOTS registry. These updates include enhancements to the “Vaccinations” page within the patient record and “Order Request” page for VFC providers including a “Shots Recorded” column displaying vaccine totals recorded in the registry. Click HERE to view the schedule and register!

  • Ongoing Monthly Training for Data Upload

    If your office participates in data upload from your EHR, it’s important to ensure that the vaccine records are uploading properly into Florida SHOTS by checking for errors. Each month, our post-implementation specialist provides a live webinar training to walk participants through step-by-step instruction on how to run your own upload log reports to review your transaction history and identify any errors. Click HERE to register! 

  • Check Before You Accept!

    It’s important to carefully check your VFC shipments for correct VFC lot numbers and expiration dates against your “Pending Receipt” list in Florida SHOTS. Once the pending receipt is applied to your inventory balance you will not be able to correct these numbers. You have the option to revise the pending receipt to correct any errors before you accept the vaccines into your inventory and prevent errors in the future. If you see that the lot numbers/expiration dates on the package differ from those on the vaccines inside, please call a VFC representative at 1-877-888-7468 to assist you.

    Click HERE to review how to revise the pending receipt.