April 2017

April 2017

  • Don’t Miss April’s Live Webinars—VFC Vaccine Orders and CHD Reports!

    For our upcoming live webinar sessions, we will cover one of the most important functions for Vaccine for Children (VFC) providers: vaccine ordering. We will walk you through the process of placing your regularly scheduled orders and flu vaccine pre-booking within Florida SHOTS. We’ll also review helpful tools, including the “Vaccine Utilization Report,” to assist you in your inventory reconciliation. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    The county health department (CHD) sessions will cover how to create and utilize reports that are available on Florida SHOTS, such as the physical inventory, doses administered, and vaccine utilization reports. This is a great way for new users to learn the many ways Florida SHOTS can compile information - as well as a good refresher for current staff members. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    We hope you will join us!

  • Can’t Find a Vaccine Record that Was Uploaded?

    If your office participates in data upload with Florida SHOTS and you can’t find an uploaded vaccine record, check your transaction statistics. When logged into the registry, click on “System Transactions” and then “Transaction Statistics” from the menu. You’ll be able to see all shots uploaded as well as any errors, rejections, and warnings. Checking your transaction stats also ensures your office is current in your data uploads. To learn more data upload tips, sign up HERE for the “Data Upload Log Reports” training offered the third Wednesday of every month.

  • Florida SHOTS Supports National Infant Immunization Week, April 22–29, 2017

    As Florida SHOTS users, we know you understand the importance of giving and tracking infant immunizations so that they stay on schedule and protected. This year, Florida SHOTS is helping to promote the CDC’s National Infant Immunization Week through posts on Florida Department of Health’s Twitter and Facebook accounts. We’re also sharing on our blog how you can provide vaccination information using your organization’s blog and/or social media accounts. 

    Topic suggestions from the CDC include: 

                • Personal experiences with vaccine-preventable diseases

                • Conversations you've had with other parents or your doctor

                • Information in the media that prompted you to learn more, etc.

                • Anything that reflects what motivated you to support childhood immunization

    To learn more about the blogathon, go to https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/events/niiw/activities/blogs.html.