December 2018

December 2018

  • It's Better to Catch an Error Early Than Find It Later!

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    CHECK NOW. SAVE TIME LATER.

    A simple data entry mistake can cause numerous errors including duplicate records, inventory discrepancies, and invalid shots. Prevent these problems by double-checking your data entry for mistakes before you hit SUBMIT.

    Real-time data exchange allows for instant reporting and tracking of shot data. It eliminates double data entry—reducing the chance for errors. As of June 30, 2019, all providers will need to be using real-time interfaces.

    If you aren't already using a real-time interface, check with your software provider about switching to real-time data exchange. Transition times can take months—act now!

    COMPLETE. CORRECT. CURRENT.

  • “Data Quality Reports” Live Webinar!

    If your office participates in data exchange, you can run several helpful reports within Florida SHOTS to ensure that your vaccine records are uploading successfully. During our monthly webinar, we cover everything you need to know to monitor your uploads for errors and review your transaction history.

    Click HERE to register for the webinar on Wednesday, December 19, at 2:00pm!

  • Free, Expert Help with Data Quality

    If your office participates in data upload from your EHR, it’s important to frequently monitor your data to ensure that the vaccine records are uploading properly into Florida SHOTS. Don’t know where to begin to check for errors and warnings? We’re here to help!

    A personalized analysis can be completed and includes:

    • Full review of your data in the registry using the Data Quality Tool
    • Review of immunization codes within your software
    • Review of all rejections, warnings, and accepted data
    • Patient chart audit to look for discrepancies in documentation between the patient’s chart, EHR, and data reported to Florida SHOTS

    If you would like a thorough data quality analysis, contact our data quality specialist, Gretchen, at (786) 271-6453, or [email protected]