Did you know that having incorrect or outdated CVX, MVX and VIS codes in your EHR’s immunization table can result in vaccine messages getting rejected and not transferring to patient records? Make sure to regularly review and update to ensure you have the correct codes. See here for important links: 1. CVX code table: Immunization codes sent by your EMR to FLSHOTS. 2. MVX code table: Vaccine manufacturers table. 3. Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) dates: These are the most up-to-date CDC patient vaccine information forms. To learn more, visit our live training page and sign up for the “Data Quality Report” training offered every month.
Vaccines for Children (VFC) participants can access the Shots Recorded Report that provides a list of vaccinations recorded corresponding to the VFC PIN. This report used on an ongoing basis can assist in ensuring that VFC vaccines are accounted for in Florida SHOTS and avoid inventory discrepancies. Access our step-by-step guide on how to generate the report HERE. Also available in Spanish.
Providers enrolled with the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program need to complete the annual re-enrollment within Florida SHOTS. The enrolled provider, primary and secondary contact will receive a notification under the Florida SHOTS Task List within 60 days of re-enrollment due date. During this webinar we will go over where to complete the required training, how to review the account information and complete the re-enrollment within Florida SHOTS. Click below to register! (EST) Tuesday, February 13, 12:30pm* Spanish Thursday, February 22, 12:00pm
The 2024 Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program Annual Provider Staff Training will consist of two of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) “You Call the Shots” interactive, web-based training courses. The enrollee, primary VFC coordinator, and back-up coordinator must each complete both trainings individually. Access instructions on how to complete. Also available in Spanish.
The Comirnaty 12+ vaccine with NDC 00069-2362-10 for the single dose vials has been replaced with the NDC 00069-2377-10 which a carton of 10 manufacturer-filled syringes. See below for the new storage and handling instructions: This new presentation MUST BE STORED BETWEEN 2°C and 8°C (36°F and 46°F). Do NOT store at ultra-cold or standard freezer temperatures. These manufacturer-filled syringes can be used through the expiration date printed on the carton. The 10-week beyond-use date (BUD) for refrigerator storage does not apply. This guidance applies to this presentation ONLY. Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines for children aged 6m-4y and 5-11y, which are shipped to providers in CDCs programs directly from Pfizer on dry ice and can be stored at either at ultracold temperatures until expiry or up to 10 weeks at 2-8°C.
Florida SHOTS offers “New User and Refresher Overview” and “Data Quality Reports” live webinars each month. Whether you need a basic overview to start using the registry or need to ensure your data is successfully uploading to Florida SHOTS, these webinars will provide step-by-step instructions on how to successfully complete the functions. Click on the date to register! (EST) New User and Refresher Overview: Tuesday, January 30, 12:00pm Data Quality Reports: Thursday January 25, 12:30pm
Each organization enrolled with Florida SHOTS has at least one user designated as a Local Organization Administrator (LOA) to manage their account. During this webinar, we will review the various features that LOAs have access to ensure their Florida SHOTS account is up to date! Topics include upcoming user account updates and managing your Personnel List (adding/terminating/activating user access). Click below to register! (EST) Tuesday, January 23, 12:30pm Thursday, January 25, 12:30pm* SPANISH Wednesday, January 31, 12:00pm