- Behavorial Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
- CMS 416 - Medicaid Claims Data for 0-21 years of Age
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Maps
- School Children Enrolled in Dr. Dynasaur/Medicaid
- School Enrollment By Supervisory Union/School District
- School Nurse Reports
- Supervisory Unions and School Districts
- Vermont Community Profiles
- Youth Risk Behavior Survey
- Youth Health Survey
The CMS-416 provides basic information on participation in the Medicaid child health program. The statute requires that States provide us with the following: (1) the number of children provided child health screening services, (2) the number of children referred for corrective treatment, (3) the number of children receiving dental services, and (4) the State's results in attaining goals set for the state under section 1905(r) of the Act. The form CMS-416 was developed to collect this information.
The information is used to assess the effectiveness of State EPSDT programs in terms of the number of children (by age group and basis of Medicaid eligibility), who are provided child health screening services, are referred for corrective treatment, and the number receiving dental services. Child health screening services are defined for purposes of reporting on this form as initial or periodic screens required to be provided according to a State's screening periodicity schedule.
These maps were produced using the annual Vermont School Nurse Report completed by Vermont's public school nurses, and information provided though the Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC) program.
- Vermont Children with Asthma - Percentage by Supervisory Union
- Percentage of Children with Asthma Recieving an Asthma Action Plan (by Supervisory Union)
2008-09 School Year
Percentage of school children enrolled in Dr. Dynasaur/Medicaid, by Supervisory Union/School District.
This data is reported to the Vermont Department of Health via a Web-based survey program. School Nurses are asked each year to collect data on such information as health insurance status, medical and dental home visits, and asthma. They also use the same survey system to report on the immunization status of the students in their schools. The data is based on self reported information from the students and their families and caregivers, and does not include individual identifiable information.
For assistance with use, navigation, interpretation of the following files, or possible use for this data, contact your area schools liaison at your Vermont Department of Health District Office
Additional immunization data is available at Immunization Surveillance.
Vermont School Nurse Immunization Report Data
2007-2008 School Year Data
- Hearing, Vision, and Asthma Data - Statewide Summary
- Hearing, Vision, Asthma Data - Detailed Reports
- Health Insurance, and Medical/Dental Home Visits - Statewide Summary
- Health Insurance, Medical/Dental Home Visits - Detailed Reports
- Immunization Data - Detailed Reports
2008-2009 School Year Data
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For questions about statewide programs or policies administered at the local level, contact the Health Department District Office near you.