Creating electronically certified DH680 forms can be a big time saver 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.
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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 below to register for the webinar!
All data exchange participants will need to use real-time web services. With web services, uploads occur automatically, so as soon as Florida SHOTS receives the records from your EHR, the shots are processed immediately! This means your office can instantly create and print the DH Form 680 and immunization history forms without duplicate data entry.
If your office is currently using a “batch” process to upload your immunizations, make sure to contact your software provider to ask about real-time and bi-directional web services. Your EHR company will need to move to real-time web services for your shots to upload and post. As we move through the process of transitioning all uploads to web services, our Florida SHOTS Data Team will be working closely with practices to ensure a smooth transition.
Accurately maintaining your VFC inventory is vital to your participation in the program. During our live webinars this month, we will demonstrate how to generate the “Aging Vaccine Report” to identify vaccines that have expired or will be expiring, and reporting wasted and returned vaccines (including expired flu doses). We will also discuss the most common errors that can cause discrepancies with the “Shots Recorded” totals. Click below to register!
Tuesday, June 11, 12:30pm* Spanish
Alternative immunization schedules put patients at risk.
Studies show there is no benefit to alternative immunization schedules. Delaying vaccines only increases the risk of patients contracting a vaccine-preventable disease. So stick to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) schedule for the best possible protection.
The Local Organization Administrator (LOA) is the individual(s) designated by the Florida SHOTS applicant to manage system access for other users within the organization. They are responsible for managing access to Florida SHOTS when users’ employment begins, is
terminated, or if access rights need to change. Remember that all users are required to maintain patient confidentiality and the responsible authorized individual is accountable for any and all access to Florida SHOTS.