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Download as PDF 72680 Federal Register / Vol. 78, No. 232 / Tuesday, December 3, 2013 / Notices reliable data on child and family outcomes for their local evaluations. The inclusion of an impact study conducted on a subset of grantees with rigorous designs will also provide the Children’s Bureau, Congress, grantees, providers, and researchers with information about the effectiveness of RPG programs. A 60-Day Federal Register Notice was published for this study on September 19, 2013. This 30-Day Federal Register Notice covers the following data collection activities: (1) The site visits with grantees; (2) the web-based survey of frontline staff who provide direct services to children, adults, and families, and their supervisors; (3) the semi-annual progress reports; (4) enrollment and service data provided by grantees; (5) the web-based survey of grantee partners; and (6) outcome data provided by grantees. Respondents. 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Semi-annual progress reports ............................................. Case enrollment data ........................................................... Service log entries ............................................................... Staff survey .......................................................................... Partner survey ...................................................................... 17 153 102 102 17 51 102 340 340 .67 .67 .67 .67 2 30 780 .67 .67 2 2 1 1 16.5 0.25 .05 0.42 0.33 68 612 204 204 1,683 1,147.5 11,934 283.2 226.8 22.6 204 68 68 561 382.5 3,978 94.4 75.6 17 17 1 2 42.6 144 2,175 14,688 725 4,896 17 17 17 .33 2 2 8 112.5 100 136 11,475 10,200 45.33 3,825 3,400 Data Entry for Outcomes Study Administrative Data. Obtain access to administrative data ........................... Report administrative data ............................................ Standardized instruments. Review and adopt reporting templates ......................... Enter data into local database ...................................... Review records and submit .......................................... Additional Data Entry for Impact Study 7 2 36.1 1,519 506.3 Estimated Total Burden Hours ..................................... emcdonald on DSK67QTVN1PROD with NOTICES Data entry for comparison study sites (7 grantees) ............ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 18,852 In compliance with the requirements of Section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, the Children’s Bureau within the Administration for Children and Families is soliciting public comment on the specific aspects of the information collection described above. 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While the Secretary of Health and Human Services is named as the respondent in all proceedings brought by the filing of SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\03DEN1.SGM 03DEN1 emcdonald on DSK67QTVN1PROD with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 78, No. 232 / Tuesday, December 3, 2013 / Notices petitions for compensation under the Program, the United States Court of Federal Claims is charged by statute with responsibility for considering and acting upon the petitions. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For information about requirements for filing petitions, and the Program in general, contact the Clerk, United States Court of Federal Claims, 717 Madison Place NW., Washington, DC 20005, (202) 357–6400. For information on HRSA’s role in the Program, contact the Director, National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, 5600 Fishers Lane, Room 11C–26, Rockville, MD 20857; (301) 443–6593. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Program provides a system of no-fault compensation for certain individuals who have been injured by specified childhood vaccines. Subtitle 2 of Title XXI of the PHS Act, 42 U.S.C. 300aa– 10 et seq., provides that those seeking compensation are to file a petition with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and to serve a copy of the petition on the Secretary of Health and Human Services, who is named as the respondent in each proceeding. The Secretary has delegated this responsibility under the Program to HRSA. The Court is directed by statute to appoint special masters who take evidence, conduct hearings as appropriate, and make initial decisions as to eligibility for, and amount of, compensation. A petition may be filed with respect to injuries, disabilities, illnesses, conditions, and deaths resulting from vaccines described in the Vaccine Injury Table (the Table) set forth at Section 2114 of the PHS Act or as set forth at 42 CFR 100.3, as applicable. This Table lists for each covered childhood vaccine the conditions which may lead to compensation and, for each condition, the time period for occurrence of the first symptom or manifestation of onset or of significant aggravation after vaccine administration. Compensation may also be awarded for conditions not listed in the Table and for conditions that are manifested outside the time periods specified in the Table, but only if the petitioner shows that the condition was caused by one of the listed vaccines. Section 2112(b)(2) of the PHS Act, 42 U.S.C. 300aa–12(b)(2), requires that ‘‘[w]ithin 30 days after the Secretary receives service of any petition filed under section 2111 the Secretary shall publish notice of such petition in the Federal Register.’’ Set forth below is a list of petitions received by HRSA on October 1, 2013 through October 31, VerDate Mar<15>2010 17:36 Dec 02, 2013 Jkt 232001 2013. This list provides the name of petitioner, city and state of vaccination (if unknown then city and state of person or attorney filing claim), and case number. In cases where the Court has redacted the name of a petitioner and/or the case number, the list reflects such redaction. Section 2112(b)(2) also provides that the special master ‘‘shall afford all interested persons an opportunity to submit relevant, written information’’ relating to the following: 1. The existence of evidence ‘‘that there is not a preponderance of the evidence that the illness, disability, injury, condition, or death described in the petition is due to factors unrelated to the administration of the vaccine described in the petition,’’ and 2. Any allegation in a petition that the petitioner either: (a) ‘‘Sustained, or had significantly aggravated, any illness, disability, injury, or condition not set forth in the Vaccine Injury Table but which was caused by’’ one of the vaccines referred to in the Table, or (b) ‘‘Sustained, or had significantly aggravated, any illness, disability, injury, or condition set forth in the Vaccine Injury Table the first symptom or manifestation of the onset or significant aggravation of which did not occur within the time period set forth in the Table but which was caused by a vaccine’’ referred to in the Table. In accordance with Section 2112(b)(2), all interested persons may submit written information relevant to the issues described above in the case of the petitions listed below. Any person choosing to do so should file an original and three (3) copies of the information with the Clerk of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims at the address listed above (under the heading ‘‘For Further Information Contact’’), with a copy to HRSA addressed to Director, Division of Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, Healthcare Systems Bureau, 5600 Fishers Lane, Room 11C–26, Rockville, MD 20857. The Court’s caption (Petitioner’s Name v. Secretary of Health and Human Services) and the docket number assigned to the petition should be used as the caption for the written submission. Chapter 35 of title 44, United States Code, related to paperwork reduction, does not apply to information required for purposes of carrying out the Program. Dated: November 27, 2013. Mary K. Wakefield, Administrator. List of Petitions Filed 1. Douglas Swift, Robbinsdale, Minnesota, PO 00000 Frm 00056 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 72681 Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0763V 2. Aleskis Brown on behalf of Isaiah Harris, Memphis, Tennessee, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0766V 3. Reshama Shaikh, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0767V 4. Tammy Andrisek, Hamilton, Ohio, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0768V 5. Clifton C. Eastin on behalf of Betty A. Eastin, Deceased, Aurora, Nebraska, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0769V 6. Jeffrey W. Magera, St. Cloud, Minnesota, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0770V 7. Christine Ketcham, Manhasset, New York, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0771V 8. Barbara Carroll, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0772V 9. Sherry G. Alexander, San Antonio, Texas, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0775V 10. Huey Hampton, Beaumont, Texas, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0776V 11. Shawn Kao, Bellevue, Washington, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0777V 12. Brenda Theriot, Flower Mound, Texas, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0778V 13. Misty and James Hogan on behalf of S.M.H., Reading, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0780V 14. Kenneth Schultheis, Baltimore, Maryland, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0781V 15. Donna Monarch, Washington, District of Columbia, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0782V 16. Linda Wheeler, Bel Air, Maryland, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0783V 17. James J. Cotner, Tucson, Arizona, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0785V 18. Geraldine Jones, Lena, Mississippi, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0786V 19. Summer Paolone, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0787V 20. Adrienne N. Severt, North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0788V 21. Robert Rotterman, Orchard Park, New York, Court of Federal Claims No: 13– 0791V 22. Vivian Morales Rivera, Guayama, Puerto Rico, Court of Federal Claims No: 13– 0793V 23. Janet Buksa, Palos, Illinois, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0795V 24. Kathleen Harman, Cedar Park, Texas, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0796V 25. Luis Gamardo, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0797V 26. Connie C. Medina, Carson City, Nevada, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0798V 27. Elizabeth and Andrew Fouch on behalf of Jessica Fouch, Manhattan Beach, California, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0799V 28. Timothy P. Bombard and Jacqueline Bombard on behalf of Lucy Bombard, Somers Point, New Jersey, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0801V 29. Debra L. Kuhn, North Willowgrove, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0802V 30. Margaret Turiano, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0803V 31. Mark Cleveland, Toccoa, Georgia, Court E:\FR\FM\03DEN1.SGM 03DEN1 emcdonald on DSK67QTVN1PROD with NOTICES 72682 Federal Register / Vol. 78, No. 232 / Tuesday, December 3, 2013 / Notices of Federal Claims No: 13–0804V 32. Patricia Okai, Oak Forrest, Illinois, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0805V 33. Kimberly Bowman, Staten Island, New York, Court of Federal Claims No: 13– 0807V 34. Jessica and Ryan Dean on behalf of Iris Dean, Phoenix, Arizona, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0808V 35. Mavis E. Luther, Le Mars, Iowa, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0810V 36. Tracy Fox, Southampton, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0813V 37. Leona Faye Thompson, Marshall County, Alabama, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0815V 38. Paul Grabarek, Chicago, Illinois, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0817V 39. Alanna Sullivan Barker, Littleton, Colorado, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0818V 40. Lisa Ann Hambleton, Tiffin, Ohio, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0819V 41. Cathy A. Liva, Honolulu, Hawaii, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0820V 42. Henry Simmons, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0825V 43. Ronniesha Thomas, Waterbury, Connecticut, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0827V 44. Lisa Jones, Washington, District of Columbia, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0828V 45. David D. 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Jeffrey Faucher and Filomena Faucher on behalf of C.F., Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0850V 57. Seechel Patel, Coral Springs, Florida, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0851V 58. Adam Luna on behalf of E.L., Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0852V 59. Gary Abdulla, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0853V 60. Douglas Andor, Chicago, Illinois, Court of Federal Claims No: 13–0858V 61. 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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Health Resources and Services Administration


National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program; List of Petitions 
Received

AGENCY: Health Resources and Services Administration, HHS.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is 
publishing this notice of petitions received under the National Vaccine 
Injury Compensation Program (the Program), as required by Section 
2112(b)(2) of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act, as amended. While 
the Secretary of Health and Human Services is named as the respondent 
in all proceedings brought by the filing of

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petitions for compensation under the Program, the United States Court 
of Federal Claims is charged by statute with responsibility for 
considering and acting upon the petitions.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For information about requirements for 
filing petitions, and the Program in general, contact the Clerk, United 
States Court of Federal Claims, 717 Madison Place NW., Washington, DC 
20005, (202) 357-6400. For information on HRSA's role in the Program, 
contact the Director, National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, 
5600 Fishers Lane, Room 11C-26, Rockville, MD 20857; (301) 443-6593.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Program provides a system of no-fault 
compensation for certain individuals who have been injured by specified 
childhood vaccines. Subtitle 2 of Title XXI of the PHS Act, 42 U.S.C. 
300aa-10 et seq., provides that those seeking compensation are to file 
a petition with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and to serve a copy of 
the petition on the Secretary of Health and Human Services, who is 
named as the respondent in each proceeding. The Secretary has delegated 
this responsibility under the Program to HRSA. The Court is directed by 
statute to appoint special masters who take evidence, conduct hearings 
as appropriate, and make initial decisions as to eligibility for, and 
amount of, compensation.
    A petition may be filed with respect to injuries, disabilities, 
illnesses, conditions, and deaths resulting from vaccines described in 
the Vaccine Injury Table (the Table) set forth at Section 2114 of the 
PHS Act or as set forth at 42 CFR 100.3, as applicable. This Table 
lists for each covered childhood vaccine the conditions which may lead 
to compensation and, for each condition, the time period for occurrence 
of the first symptom or manifestation of onset or of significant 
aggravation after vaccine administration. Compensation may also be 
awarded for conditions not listed in the Table and for conditions that 
are manifested outside the time periods specified in the Table, but 
only if the petitioner shows that the condition was caused by one of 
the listed vaccines.
    Section 2112(b)(2) of the PHS Act, 42 U.S.C. 300aa-12(b)(2), 
requires that ``[w]ithin 30 days after the Secretary receives service 
of any petition filed under section 2111 the Secretary shall publish 
notice of such petition in the Federal Register.'' Set forth below is a 
list of petitions received by HRSA on October 1, 2013 through October 
31, 2013. This list provides the name of petitioner, city and state of 
vaccination (if unknown then city and state of person or attorney 
filing claim), and case number. In cases where the Court has redacted 
the name of a petitioner and/or the case number, the list reflects such 
redaction.
    Section 2112(b)(2) also provides that the special master ``shall 
afford all interested persons an opportunity to submit relevant, 
written information'' relating to the following:
    1. The existence of evidence ``that there is not a preponderance of 
the evidence that the illness, disability, injury, condition, or death 
described in the petition is due to factors unrelated to the 
administration of the vaccine described in the petition,'' and
    2. Any allegation in a petition that the petitioner either:
    (a) ``Sustained, or had significantly aggravated, any illness, 
disability, injury, or condition not set forth in the Vaccine Injury 
Table but which was caused by'' one of the vaccines referred to in the 
Table, or
    (b) ``Sustained, or had significantly aggravated, any illness, 
disability, injury, or condition set forth in the Vaccine Injury Table 
the first symptom or manifestation of the onset or significant 
aggravation of which did not occur within the time period set forth in 
the Table but which was caused by a vaccine'' referred to in the Table.
    In accordance with Section 2112(b)(2), all interested persons may 
submit written information relevant to the issues described above in 
the case of the petitions listed below. Any person choosing to do so 
should file an original and three (3) copies of the information with 
the Clerk of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims at the address listed 
above (under the heading ``For Further Information Contact''), with a 
copy to HRSA addressed to Director, Division of Vaccine Injury 
Compensation Program, Healthcare Systems Bureau, 5600 Fishers Lane, 
Room 11C-26, Rockville, MD 20857. The Court's caption (Petitioner's 
Name v. Secretary of Health and Human Services) and the docket number 
assigned to the petition should be used as the caption for the written 
submission. Chapter 35 of title 44, United States Code, related to 
paperwork reduction, does not apply to information required for 
purposes of carrying out the Program.

    Dated: November 27, 2013.
Mary K. Wakefield,
Administrator.

List of Petitions Filed

1. Douglas Swift, Robbinsdale, Minnesota, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0763V
2. Aleskis Brown on behalf of Isaiah Harris, Memphis, Tennessee, 
Court of Federal Claims No: 13-0766V
3. Reshama Shaikh, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0767V
4. Tammy Andrisek, Hamilton, Ohio, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-
0768V
5. Clifton C. Eastin on behalf of Betty A. Eastin, Deceased, Aurora, 
Nebraska, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-0769V
6. Jeffrey W. Magera, St. Cloud, Minnesota, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0770V
7. Christine Ketcham, Manhasset, New York, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0771V
8. Barbara Carroll, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0772V
9. Sherry G. Alexander, San Antonio, Texas, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0775V
10. Huey Hampton, Beaumont, Texas, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-
0776V
11. Shawn Kao, Bellevue, Washington, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-
0777V
12. Brenda Theriot, Flower Mound, Texas, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0778V
13. Misty and James Hogan on behalf of S.M.H., Reading, 
Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-0780V
14. Kenneth Schultheis, Baltimore, Maryland, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0781V
15. Donna Monarch, Washington, District of Columbia, Court of 
Federal Claims No: 13-0782V
16. Linda Wheeler, Bel Air, Maryland, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0783V
17. James J. Cotner, Tucson, Arizona, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0785V
18. Geraldine Jones, Lena, Mississippi, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0786V
19. Summer Paolone, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0787V
20. Adrienne N. Severt, North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, Court of 
Federal Claims No: 13-0788V
21. Robert Rotterman, Orchard Park, New York, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0791V
22. Vivian Morales Rivera, Guayama, Puerto Rico, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0793V
23. Janet Buksa, Palos, Illinois, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-
0795V
24. Kathleen Harman, Cedar Park, Texas, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0796V
25. Luis Gamardo, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0797V
26. Connie C. Medina, Carson City, Nevada, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0798V
27. Elizabeth and Andrew Fouch on behalf of Jessica Fouch, Manhattan 
Beach, California, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-0799V
28. Timothy P. Bombard and Jacqueline Bombard on behalf of Lucy 
Bombard, Somers Point, New Jersey, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-
0801V
29. Debra L. Kuhn, North Willowgrove, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0802V
30. Margaret Turiano, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0803V
31. Mark Cleveland, Toccoa, Georgia, Court

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of Federal Claims No: 13-0804V
32. Patricia Okai, Oak Forrest, Illinois, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0805V
33. Kimberly Bowman, Staten Island, New York, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0807V
34. Jessica and Ryan Dean on behalf of Iris Dean, Phoenix, Arizona, 
Court of Federal Claims No: 13-0808V
35. Mavis E. Luther, Le Mars, Iowa, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-
0810V
36. Tracy Fox, Southampton, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0813V
37. Leona Faye Thompson, Marshall County, Alabama, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0815V
38. Paul Grabarek, Chicago, Illinois, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0817V
39. Alanna Sullivan Barker, Littleton, Colorado, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0818V
40. Lisa Ann Hambleton, Tiffin, Ohio, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0819V
41. Cathy A. Liva, Honolulu, Hawaii, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-
0820V
42. Henry Simmons, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0825V
43. Ronniesha Thomas, Waterbury, Connecticut, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0827V
44. Lisa Jones, Washington, District of Columbia, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0828V
45. David D. Leoce, Clermont, Florida, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0829V
46. Robin Harrison, Cincinnati, Ohio, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0831V
47. Robert N. Jacobson, Putnam, Connecticut, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0832V
48. Demetrice Bell-O'Neal on behalf of A.O., Sarasota, Florida, 
Court of Federal Claims No: 13-0835V
49. Charles Kiklis, Somerville, Massachusetts, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0836V
50. Mae Miller, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0837V
51. Brad Colvis, Sacramento, California, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0841V
52. Kevin M. Meaney, Naples, Florida, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0842V
53. Thomas O'Keeffe, Falmouth, Massachusetts, Court of Federal 
Claims No: 13-0847V
54. Debbie Harris, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0848V
55. Kristin Cooper and Arthur Writesel on behalf of SW., Boston, 
Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-0849V
56. Jeffrey Faucher and Filomena Faucher on behalf of C.F., Boston, 
Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 13-0850V
57. Seechel Patel, Coral Springs, Florida, Court of Federal Claims 
No: 13-0851V
58. Adam Luna on behalf of E.L., Court of Federal Claims No: 13-
0852V
59. Gary Abdulla, Boston, Massachusetts, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0853V
60. Douglas Andor, Chicago, Illinois, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0858V
61. Aaron Sandoval, Phoenix, Arizona, Court of Federal Claims No: 
13-0860V

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