NCIR Accountability Report. Training for NCIR Administrators. Purpose of Accountability Report. To show a detailed accounting of VFC inventory (state-supplied vaccines), for the date range selected , when generating the report.
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Training for NCIR Administrators
State-supplied vaccine is purchased with taxpayer dollars so it’s critically important we all do our part to account for every dose!
Only an Administrator can run the report!
Under the Inventory tab, click ‘vaccine accountability’
If there are multiple sites, select site, then select the date range to run the report, click the Generate Report button
**This report can be run for a maximum of 12 months
You will see status of the report as date range to run the report, click the Generate Report buttonQUEUE, click the Refresh button
When the report is ready for viewing, you will see the status as COMPLETE; and the Report Name is now a blue link. Click the link to view the report.
Less than 5% unaccounted vaccine
The VFC Operations Guide regarding Unaccounted reads:
(Vaccine inventory at start of month + doses received) - (doses administered + wastage + vaccine transferred to another location) = expected ending inventory.
Expected ending inventory - actual ending inventory =
unaccounted for vaccine
Interpreting the Accountability Report status as
Viable Doses status as
[RECT] + [RET]
= Over/Under Accounted
Inventory Transaction Codes status as
Infanrix Lot # A B Cost per Dose (Vaccine Dist) $10.00 $15.00 Unaccounted Doses -50 -150
Dose $ Value is weighted: ( 50 * $10 + 150 * $15) $2,750.00
total unaccounted value / 200 total unaccounted for doses = $13.75 per dose
Formula: <$ Cost per Dose> * <Unaccounted Doses>