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Vaccines for Children Program (VFC)
For State Immunization Projects
PROGRAM DATA
VFC is vaccines for children

Childhood Vaccine Supply Policy-2006

Source: 2006 VFC Management Survey

(1) Universal (2) Universal Select (3) VFC & Underinsured (4) VFC & Underinsured Select (5) VFC only (6) Other

Alaska
American Samoa
New Hampshire
New Mexico
Northern Marianas Islands
Rhode Island
Vermont
Washington


Connecticut
Hawaii
Idaho
Maine
Massachusetts
Nevada
North Carolina
North Dakota
South Dakota
Wyoming


Florida
Georgia
Houston
Kansas

Maryland
Minnesota
New Jersey
New York City
New York State
Puerto Rico
San Antonio
South Carolina
Texas

Arkansas
Chicago
Guam
Illinois
Michigan
Utah
Alabama
California
Colorado
Delaware
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana
Georgia
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Virgin Islands
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Arizona
District of Columbia
Kentucky
8 10 13 6 21 3


Note:
The Marshall Islands, Micronesia, and Palau are non-Medicaid participants, thus do not participate in VFC.

Definitions:

  1. Universal: Through a combination of VFC, 317 and state funding, the immunization project supplies ALL routinely recommended pediatric vaccines to all public and private VFC enrolled providers to vaccinate all children in the project area. (Select this option ONLY if this policy applies to both public and private providers)..
  2. Universal-Select: Through a combination of VFC, 317 and state funding, the immunization project supplies all, but a few, routinely recommended pediatric vaccines to ALL public and private VFC enrolled providers to vaccinate all children in the project area.(Select this option ONLY if your policy applies to both public and private providers). Please list vaccines not supplied in the text box below..
  3. VFC & Underinsured: Through a combination of VFC, 317 and state funds (if applicable), the immunization project supplies ALL routinely recommended pediatric vaccines to all public and private VFC enrolled providers to vaccinate ONLY VFC and under-insured children. (Select this option ONLY if your policy applies to both public and private providers.)
  4. VFC & Underinsured-Select: Through a combination of VFC, 317 and state funds (if applicable), the immunization project supplies ALL but a few, routinely recommended pediatric vaccines to ALL public and private VFC enrolled providers to vaccinate ONLY VFC and under-insured children. (Select this option if the project limits the supply of certain vaccines such as PCV7 or MCV4 to VFC eligible children ONLY in BOTH public and private settings.) Please list vaccines not supplied in the text box below.
  5. VFC-Only: (Private providers) Through the use of VFC funds, the immunization project supplies all routinely recommended pediatric vaccines to private VFC enrolled providers to vaccinate VFC eligible children only. (Select this option if only VFC funded vaccine is supplied to private providers. Private providers do not receive 317 or state funded vaccine for underinsured children. However, the underinsured may be served via VFC, 317, and/or state/local funds in public clinics.).
  6. Other: Further Explanation of Policy not described in any of the options posted above.

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