December 2017

December 2017

  • Power the Performance of Quality Data

    From upload uncertainty to interface errors, data exchange with Florida SHOTS can have its challenges. Our new monthly Data Quality Webinars are here to help your office understand how to monitor and make sure your data is delivered as timely and accurately as possible.

    These live webinars provide step-by-step instruction in how to run customized reports in Florida SHOTS to assess and troubleshoot your data. Each webinar features a Florida SHOTS Data Upload Specialist discussing common data errors seen in the registry, and providers can get answers to common questions about VFC inventory and order report reconciliation, successful data upload and processing, and avoiding outdated shot codes.

    Take advantage of our Data Quality Webinars and ensure that your data performance is on target. Click HERE to register for our next session!

  • Vaccine Utilization Guide Now Available!

    The new Vaccine Utilization Report Guide is now available, and will show you step-by-step instructions to generate this report in Florida SHOTS. The report will provide your organization’s vaccine usage information that has been entered either manually or uploaded from your EHR in Florida SHOTS for a specified time period. 

    This report may assist Vaccines for Children (VFC) providers that are having discrepancies with the “Shots Recorded” and “Doses Administered” totals when placing their VFC vaccine orders.

    You can download it in English HERE or Spanish HERE.

  • Vaccine Types Updated/Added

    Florida SHOTS has been updated to include two new vaccine types, and changes have been made to the names of some existing vaccines:

    • New vaccine type "ZOSTER (SHINGRIX)", CPT = 90750, CVX = 187
    • New vaccine type "ZOSTER UNK", CVX = 188
    • New vaccine type "HEP B (HEPLISAV-B)", CPT = 90739, CVX = 189
    • Renamed "BEXSERO" to "MEN B (BEXSERO)"
    • Renamed "TRUMENBA" to "MEN B (TRUMENBA)"
    • Renamed "IMOVAX IM" to "RABIES IM (IMOVAX)"
    • Renamed "ZOSTER VZV" to "ZOSTER (ZOSTAVAX)"