Title 907 | Chapter 001 | Regulation 680

907 KAR 1:680.Vaccines for Children Program.

Section 1.



"Immunization" means an inoculation against a vaccine preventable disease.


"Program registered provider" means a health care provider that is:


Licensed or otherwise authorized for administration of pediatric vaccines; and


Enrolled in the Vaccines for Children Program.


"Recipient" means a person age eighteen (18) or under who has been determined eligible to receive benefits under the state's Title XIX or Title XXI program in accordance with 907 KAR Chapters 1 through 4.


"Vaccines for Children Program" means the program for distribution of pediatric vaccines administered by the Department for Public Health and described in 42 U.S.C. 1396s.

Section 2.

Obtaining Vaccines.


A program registered provider shall obtain a vaccine for the administration of a childhood immunization to an eligible recipient from the Vaccines for Children Program.


The Medicaid Program shall not make payment to a provider for the cost of a vaccine available through the Vaccines for Children Program.


A fee for administering a vaccine obtained through the Vaccines for Children Program may be paid by the department through the appropriate provider program.

HISTORY: (21 Ky.R. 3107; eff. 7-26-1995; 29 Ky.R. 2776; eff. 7-16-2003; Crt eff. 7-23-2018.)

7-Year Expiration: 7/23/2025

Last Updated: 12/15/2021

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