May 2018

May 2018

  • Florida SHOTS Live Webinar: VFC Ordering Tips and Updates

    We understand VFC providers may have questions about inventory reconciliation and how Florida SHOTS calculates the projected number of doses to order. During our live training sessions in May, we will review the VFC ordering process and provide tips for maintaining accurate inventory and ensuring your office receives enough vaccines. Sign up today!

    Click HERE to view the schedule and register!

  • Creating DH680 Forms in Florida SHOTS

    Creating electronically certified DH680 forms can be a big timesaver for you and your patients. By electronically certifying within Florida SHOTS, you not only save a copy that is accessible to schools and daycares, but you can create a Parent PIN that allows a parent/guardian to print it from home. Click HERE to access our step-by-step guide to make sure your office is ready for the school rush!  Access the Spanish guide HERE.

  • Don’t Miss the Data Quality Reports LIVE Webinar!

    This monthly live webinar series helps data upload participants monitor and track uploads to prevent errors and rejections. We will also cover the new “Upload Data Quality Report,” which is an easy-to-use option to review data quality and helps practices quickly identify any problems and make the necessary corrections. You can also download our new step-by-step guide HERE.

    The next webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, May 16 at 2:00 pm. Click HERE to register!

  • Not All Misatkes Are This Obvious

     SAVE TIME. DOUBLE CHECK.

    The usefulness of Florida SHOTS depends on the quality of its data. A simple data entry mistake can initiate a cascade of negative consequences for your practice and even your patients. Accurate data is critical to nearly every aspect of the registry — from 680 forms to VFC inventory accountability to immunization coverage assessments. Avoid confusion by double checking that your records are correct. This simple step can help prevent unnecessary delays and ensure patients get the vaccinations they need.