This month in our live webinar series, we will review the functions available for managing your current patients in Florida SHOTS. We'll demonstrate the "Patient Status Report" to create a list of all patients that are assigned to your practice, and the "Reminder/Recall" report that for keeping your patients' immunizations up-to-date. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
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Completion of this webinar is required for every Enrollee, Primary Vaccine Coordinator, and Back-up Vaccine Coordinator at each VFC location. The training provides a review of VFC policies and procedures and emphasizes the VFC program changes for 2017. You can access the training HERE.
We encourage data upload participants to check your Upload Log Reports to ensure that your vaccine records are uploading properly to the registry. In this new monthly webinar, our Florida SHOTS data upload team will cover everything you need to know to monitor your uploads for errors, review your transaction history, and make sure your records are complete, correct, and current! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
With the start of the new year, it’s the perfect opportunity to assess the immunization coverage levels for your practice. In the first of this two-part webinar series, we will go over the immunization coverage reports. These reports conform to the CDC’s AFIX standards and include pediatric, adolescent, flu, and HPV coverage levels. The second part will be covered in February. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
We are excited to announce that the Florida SHOTS registry will now be accessible using Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer versions 9+ and will not require "Compatibility View.”
As we install this update, Florida SHOTS is expected to be unavailable from 6:00PM EST, Friday, January 6 through approximately 8:00PM.
For assistance using Florida SHOTS following the maintenance period, please contact the Florida SHOTS Help Desk at 1-877-888-7468 (SHOT).
Calibration certificates for the VFC Log Tag Thermometers are valid for around two years before expiring. Florida SHOTS will notify your office 30 to 60 days prior to the expiration date, and you will also see a red exclamation mark next to the “Calibration Log” menu option on the “Temperature Log” page in Florida SHOTS. Click HERE to download step-by-step instructions on getting your Log Tag recalibrated.