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Food Licensing & Permits ·
Health Services ·
Yes, but to do so you must operate on commercial property. Obtain a notarized letter from the property owner that:
Take notarized letter to Development Services Center, 1901 S. Alamo, to purchase a temporary food establishment license at least three (3) days prior to the event. You do not need additional permission to operate a temporary event from nearby restaurants, grocery stores, or other food establishments to have a temporary food event license. However, for mobile vendors, see [question 6].
You are required to obtain a Mobile Vending License for the vehicle. To obtain one, first read the City Ordinance [requirements.]
You must drive the vehicle, which requires a license, to the DBSC to get the vehicle inspected before the license can be issued. To sell at a fixed location, it must be a commercial property, with a notarized letter of permission from the property owner that also grants access to restrooms on the property. You must also have notarized letters of permission from any licensed food establishment that is within 300 feet of your mobile vending unit.
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If your EMR system is down temporarily, you can use the SAMHD consent form and
Please be sure to notify the SAIRS Team. If the system is down for an extended period of time, you can be quickly trained for direct entry reporting.
Please refer to the CDC’s Implementation Guides for all HL7 tables.
Please direct all questions to:
Melody Laughlin, MPH
SAIRS Management Analyst
Meaningful use is using certified electronic health record (EHR) technology to:
Reporting immunization information to an immunization registry is one of the two meaningful use public health objectives. (HealthIT.gov)
More information on the CMS EHR Incentive Program.
The first criterion is that you must administer vaccines to your patients, even if it is only the flu shot.
The next criterion is that you must capture in your EHR vaccine information, such as vaccine type (must be mapped to the standard CVX or CPT codes).
Depending on your EHR vendor, you may have to have a certain version or even purchase additional EHR options. The safest bet is to contact your EHR vendor and ask if your system is eligible.
Pools are located in Chapter 15, Article VIII of the City Code. Per City Code, a public pool is defined as: Public swimming pool is any swimming pool, spa or sauna which is open to the general public.
A semi-public swimming pool is: (1) Any privately owned swimming pool or spa which is open to the general public for a fee; or (2) Any swimming or wading pool, spa or sauna, serving a private club, motel, hotel, apartment building, school, child care facility, recreational or physical fitness facility, institution, home owner's association, or other similar activity or structure, the use of which is limited to members, residents, students, or clients and their guests.
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