The Comprehensive Clinic Assessment Software Application (CoCASA) is a tool for assessing immunization practices within a clinic, private practice, or any other environment where immunizations are provided. This software is designed to be used in conjunction with the AFIX strategy.
CoCASA has data entry and import capabilities. After immunization data have been entered into CoCASA, data analysis capabilities can be utilized to pinpoint strengths and areas of improvement for an individual immunization provider.
Immunization coverage level assessment software has been in existence in some form since 1986. The DOS version CASA was first released in 1992; CASA for Windows was released in 1997. An additional version of the software, VFC-CASA, was made available in 2000, and Adult CASA (ACASA) was made available in 2001.
CoCASA replaces all previous versions of CASA, VFC-CASA and Adult CASA (ACASA). CoCASA can be used for immunization assessments across the lifespan.
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