Vaccine resources for health care providers
This toolkit offers health care providers resources to help vaccinate their patients and build or maintain a successful immunization program. This toolkit also includes information about a peer-to-peer health care provider mentoring project designed to promote vaccine administration during the well child visit for all children seen in a medical home.
Have a question not covered below? Click on the Ask the Expert link to submit your immunization question.
Resources to support providers with vaccine administration.
Overview of services and vendors that support various aspects of inventory management.
Job aids and video training to support providers in the proper storage and handling of vaccine.
Resources for providers seeking reimbursement for services offered to insured patients.
Tools and resources to improve vaccination rates in your clinic.
The Vaccines for Children (VFC) program uses federal funding to provide low- or no-cost vaccine to children who might not otherwise be vaccinated because of inability to pay.
Local resources on how to talk with parents and families about vaccines.
A peer-to-peer provider mentoring project, whose goal is to promote vaccine administration for all children seen in a medical home during their well child visit.
An online form to submit questions to our immunization clinical staff.
Senate Bill 13-222 (SB 222) was passed in May 2013 to improve access to childhood immunizations. The legislation brought together a diverse group of stakeholders to take a comprehensive look at the current vaccine financing and delivery system and make recommendations for a more efficient and cost-effective approach.