The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has notified schools of new regulations for the immunization requirements in California which will become effective on July 1, 2019.
Aeries Software has been reviewing these changes, and will ensure that our software is able to accommodate the updated requirements. At a minimum, changes will include a new blue card format, and updating the default vaccination requirements. We plan to address any necessary changes in early 2019.
Schools and districts are encouraged to visit the CDPH website shotsforschool.org to review the latest news. In particular you may wish to review the early alert sent to schools in May, as well as the new regulations.
Update 5/7/2019: We just released an update today 5/7/2019 with the Immunizations updates as previously mentioned. Here is a link to the revision notes: https://support.aeries.com/support/discussions/topics/14000013585 Documentation for Immunizations has also been updated. Should you need any additional information, please feel free to reach out to Aeries Support for assistance.
Perfect. Having queries available to complete the transition when the release occurs will be immensely helpful. Thanks very much for your timely and informative responses, we appreciate all you do!
We just released an update today 5/7/2019 with the Immunizations updates as previously mentioned. Here is a link to the revision notes:
Documentation for Immunizations has also been updated. Should you need any additional information, please feel free to reach out to Aeries Support for assistance.
I had a support ticket from our nurses. It appears that when a date is put into aeries immunizations and then taken out, it keeps it at "All requirements Met" and does not switch it back to showing the red boarder around the immunization that is still needed. See screenshots below. I looked for a known issue on this and did not see one.
Is there something that maybe I am doing incorrectly?
@Jennifer - I would verify your vaccination requirements, and if you think they might be inaccurate, load the new defaults for 2019. There have not been any reported issues that you are describing.