SNAP Health Center is designed for use by school nurses to document student medical data in a secure manner. Optional Web-enabled licenses may also be purchased.




SNAP Health Center enables school nurses to track visits, screenings, immunizations and medications, quickly and completely. The software ensures the security of student health-related data, meeting both HIPAA and FERPA regulations. The user-friendly software makes it easy to perform group processing of health related information; run reports, labels and form letters; and refer to the included drug handbook information.

Client Computer for Networks
Operating System MS Windows 98/ME/2000/XP or Higher
CPU Pentium 3 800MHz minimum (P4 1.4GHz Recommended)
Display XVGA 1024x768 Minimum (17" or larger recommended)
RAM 128MB Minimum (256MB for Windows XP or 2000)
Hard Drive Space 200MB
Printer Required
Floppy Drive Optional
CD Rom Required
Sound Card Required
Internet Required

Server Computer for Networks

Operating System MS Windows 2000/2003
CPU P4 2.0GHz Minimum
Display VGA Minimum
RAM 1 GB Minimum
Hard Drive Space 500MB +50MB/yr per 1000 Students
Floppy Drive One 3.5" Minimum
CD ROM Required
Internet Highly Recommended
Tape Backup Highly Recommended
Requirements above based on 4000 students. Call for larger districts.
SQL Server 2000/2005 Processor license required for districts with 20+ simultaneous users.


District agrees to:

  1. Ensure data security (maintenance of passwords as well as backing up data on magnetic media on a regular basis and storing multiple copies of such media in appropriate places).
  2. Notify WNYRIC of relevant personnel changes.
  3. Allow remote access to server and/or workstations to RIC technician.
  4. Assign the personnel to be trained with appropriate authorization for security access to the system data for all such staff if needed.
  5. Create/maintain local (district) tables.
  6. Purchase appropriate hardware and software.

WNYRIC agrees to:

  1. Install software.
  2. Provide documentation.
  3. Provide telephone and on-site support.
  4. Provide a means for purchasing necessary licenses.
  5. Serve as liaison between the district and the vendor.
  6. Maintain strict confidentiality.

The WNYRIC utilizes cost effective best practices determined by research that allows our experienced and trained technical staff to perform robust testing and support of the WNYRIC network in the areas of security, infrastructure, energy management, virtualization strategies, disaster recovery and business continuity. Therefore, we are able to be a district advocate for vendor contract issues and aggressively negotiate contract pricing and performance terms.

Staff follows best practices in order to provide necessary security as it relates to the most recent student, teacher and principal data security and privacy regulations.

Service Desk can be reached Monday – Friday from 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. by calling (716) 821-7171, 1-800-872-0780, by email at servicedesk@e1b.org, or via live chat by clicking here. A representative will be available from 4:30 p.m. through 11:00 p.m. to assist you with calls regarding emergency situations. During all other hours and holidays, a caller will receive important information regarding coverage.