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VFC Program Provider Handbook

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Please Note: The VFC Program is currently updating the Florida VFC Program Provider Handbook in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requirements. Updated Modules will be posted as they are approved for release.

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VFC Program Provider Handbook: Modules1–8

1. Cover

2. Executive Summary

Cover Letter and Table of Contents

4. Appendices

Appendix 1

Florida VFC Webpage


Vaccine Package Inserts

Florida VFC Program Email

Florida SHOTS Email

Florida Immunization Section Email

Appendix 2

Rural Health Networks

Patient Eligibility Screening record

Maximum Regional Charge

Comprehensive Certification Form for Children Who are Enrolled in Medicaid

Patient Eligibility Screen Record VFC Program for Family Planning Clinics

Family Planning Clinic Unaccompanied Minor without Insurance VFC Vaccine Log

Appendix 3

VFC initial enrollment page

VFC re-enrollment page

You Call the Shots

Temperature Log Fahrenheit forms

Temperature Log Celsius forms

VAERS site

Disenrollment form

Appendix 4

Florida SHOTS

Vaccine Usage Worksheet

Returns/Waste Guide

Appendix 5

Vaccine Management Plan

Emergency Response Plan

May 2014 VFC Storage and Handling Toolkit

CDC Handouts
Clinic Resources (Maintaining the cold chain during transport)

Do Not Unplug Outlet Sign

Do Not Turn Off Circuit Breaker

Storage and Handling Toolkit

Incident Checklist

VFC Program Restitution Policy

Appendix 6

Current VISs

Electronic VAERS form

Hardcopy VAERS form

Appendix 7

Standards for Child and Adolescent Immunization Practices

Appendix 8

Fraud and Abuse form

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