Childhood Immunization Act Law and Legal Definition

Childhood Immunization Act is a state legislature of Pennsylvania. This Act provides for granting health insurance policy covering child immunization. This Act also facilitates booster doses of all immunizing agents used in child immunizations. This Act is applicable to all insurance policies which covers child immunizations. This Act states that the contracts can be renewed on expiry.

The following is an example of the state statute (Pennsylvania) defining child immunization :

40 P.S. § 3502 defines child immunization as immunizations, including the immunizing agent, reimbursement for which shall not exceed 150% of the average wholesale price, which, as determined by the Department of Health, conform with the standards of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of the Center for Disease Control, the United States Department of Health and Human Services.