Vaccinations

Vaccinations

KEEPING YOUR PATIENTS ON TRACK HAS NEVER BEEN MORE IMPORTANT.

As your patients return for wellness visits and check-ups, make it a priority to get them back on track with any vaccinations they may have missed. Florida SHOTS makes it easy to keep track of your patients’ vaccine records.

CHECK SHOTS AT EVERY VISIT

Every visit is an opportunity to protect your patients from preventable diseases. Check the Florida SHOTS system during every visit to make sure your patients are up-to-date on the vaccines they need to stay healthy.

REMINDER/RECALL

Boost immunization levels at your practice with Reminder/Recall. These easy-to-run reports identify patients who are due or overdue for immunizations.

 

Keep your patients up-to-date with their immunizations.

Check-ups and wellness visits are down this year, making it more important than ever to take advantage of every encounter as an opportunity to get your patients back on track with the recommended vaccine schedule.

VERIFY IMMUNIZATION STATUS

Your patients may have already received vaccines. Consult the Immunization Status page on Florida SHOTS to verify your patients’ current status and ensure they’re up-to-date.

USE REMINDER/RECALL

Boost immunization levels at your practice with Reminder/Recall.  These easy-to-run reports identify patients who are due or overdue for immunizations.

 NEED HELP?

Training guides, webinars, and technical support are available for free to Florida SHOTS users. Visit HERE or call 877-888-7468 (SHOT) for assistance.

 

 

2020 – 2021 Flu Season Resources

Access CDC resources on the seasonal flu HERE.  This includes a summary of the latest recommendations by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and communication materials for patients.

CDC Vaccination Guidance During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused healthcare providers to change how they operate to continue to provide essential services to patients. Ensuring immunization services are maintained or reinitiated is essential for protecting individuals and communities from vaccine-preventable diseases and outbreaks and reducing the burden of respiratory illness during the upcoming influenza season.

Find a collection of resources designed to guide vaccine planning during the COVID-19 pandemic: HERE