National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: List of Petitions Received, 44816-44818 [2017-20540]

Download as PDF 44816 Federal Register / Vol. 82, No. 185 / Tuesday, September 26, 2017 / Notices findings, best practices, and lessons learned. The supported activity includes the production of the required interventions manual for the initiative documenting the ten intervention models employed by the demonstration sites in order to promote the future replication of the interventions by Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program recipients and other health care providers. Not issuing this award would severely reduce the impact of this initiative by limiting the analysis and dissemination of best practices and lessons learned to HIV providers serving these Latino/a subpopulations. This would weaken efforts to improve the health outcomes for Latinos/as living with HIV in the United States. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mr. Adan Cajina, Chief, Demonstration Evaluation Branch, Office of Training and Capacity Development, Division of HIV Domestic Programs, HIV/AIDS Bureau, HRSA, 5600 Fishers Lane, 09N108, Rockville, MD 20857, Phone: (301) 443–3180, Email: acajina@ hrsa.gov. Dated: September 19, 2017. George Sigounas, Administrator. [FR Doc. 2017–20541 Filed 9–25–17; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4165–15–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Health Resources and Services Administration National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: List of Petitions Received Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: HRSA is publishing this notice of petitions received under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (the program), as required by the Public Health Service (PHS) Act, as amended. While the Secretary of HHS is named as the respondent in all proceedings brought by the filing of 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 Lisa L. Reyes, Acting Clerk, United States Court of Federal Claims, 717 Madison Place NW., Washington, DC 20005, (202) 357–6400. SUMMARY: VerDate Sep<11>2014 18:28 Sep 25, 2017 Jkt 241001 For information on HRSA’s role in the Program, contact the Director, National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, 5600 Fishers Lane, Room 08N146B, Rockville, MD 20857; (301) 443–6593, or visit our Web site at: http:// www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation/ index.html. 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 HHS, 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 42 CFR 100.3. This Table lists for each covered childhood vaccine the conditions that 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 August 1, 2017, through August 31, 2017. 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 SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: PO 00000 Frm 00058 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 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. ‘‘[S]ustained, 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. ‘‘[S]ustained, 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 Injury Compensation Programs, Healthcare Systems Bureau, 5600 Fishers Lane, 08N146B, Rockville, MD 20857. The Court’s caption (Petitioner’s Name v. Secretary of HHS) 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: September 19, 2017 George Sigounas, Administrator. List of Petitions Filed 1. Teresa Audino and David Audino on behalf of C. A., Vienna, Virginia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1033V 2. Stephanie C. Savage, Greensboro, North Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1036V 3. Alfred Wade, Jr. on behalf of Elaine D. Wade, Deceased, Wilmington, North Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1039V 4. Tiffany S. Gaiter and Deverett S. Gaiter on behalf of Deverett S. Jr. Gaiter, Bay City, Michigan E:\FR\FM\26SEN1.SGM 26SEN1 Federal Register / Vol. 82, No. 185 / Tuesday, September 26, 2017 / Notices Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1040V 5. Larry Tomczak, Washington, District of Columbia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1041V 6. Sergio Flores, Chula Vista, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1042V 7. Kimberly Magro, Rockville, Maryland Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1043V 8. Ruth Turner, Washington, District of Columbia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1044V 9. Joseph Diaz, Washington, District of Columbia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1045V 10. Robert Williams, Los Angeles, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1046V 11. Joy Whittemore, Washington, District of Columbia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1047V 12. Martha A. Boudreau, Marietta, Georgia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1048V 13. Harry Robinson, Juneau, Alaska Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1050V 14. Hazel Palm, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1051V 15. Kathy Reid, Royal Oak, Michigan Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1052V 16. Steven Washington, Wilmington, Delaware Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1053V 17. Beth Larrington, Leon, Iowa Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1054V 18. Rosa Monzon, Hollywood, Florida Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1055V 19. James T. Lawrence, Louisville, Kentucky Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1056V 20. Steven Dingmann, Clearwater, Minnesota Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1058V 21. Terra Rhea Varner, Ballentine, South Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1060V 22. Michaelanne Graeff, St. Charles, Missouri Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1062V 23. Robert Kissinger, Folsom, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1063V 24. Leigh Ann Palmer, Portland, Oregon Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1067V 25. Cheryl Desnick, Eden Prairie, Minnesota Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1071V 26. Dana B. Strode, Spokane, Washington Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1072V 27. Michael Wallace, Framingham, Massachusetts Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1074V 28. Jennifer Gross, O’Fallon, Illinois Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1075V 29. Marilynne Lesher, Lansdale, Pennsylvania Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1076V 30. David Lans Stout, Jacksonville Beach, Florida VerDate Sep<11>2014 18:28 Sep 25, 2017 Jkt 241001 Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1077V 31. Kathryn Johnson, White Bear Lake, Minnesota Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1078V 32. April J. Barr, Nashville, Indiana Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1079V 33. Karen Aarons, Peekskill, New York Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1081V 34. Douglas H. McElroy, Kernersville, North Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1083V 35. Linda Baker on behalf of James Baker, Bluffton, South Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1085V 36. Betty Jones, Atlanta, Georgia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1086V 37. Lily Wells, Houston, Texas Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1087V 38. Jane O. Witham, Springfield, Vermont Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1095V 39. Simon Olschansky, Phoenix, Arizona Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1096V 40. Stephen Kaiser, McPherson, Kansas Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1099V 41. Claire B. Steinberger, New York, New York Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1101V 42. Dustin Logan, Colorado Springs, Colorado Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1102V 43. Ellen Stoler, Charleston, South Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1106V 44. Jennifer Green, Prattville, Alabama Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1107V 45. Leah Marsh and Jeremy Marsh on behalf of E. M., West Jordan, Utah Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1109V 46. Kenneth Keith, San Diego, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1110V 47. James Izuwa, Honolulu, Hawaii Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1111V 48. Eileen Schmigel, Ridgecrest, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1112V 49. Linda Kolacny, Junction City, Kansas Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1113V 50. Kenneth Rickard, Redding, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1114V 51. Sarah Snyder on behalf of S. S., Omaha, Nebraska Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1116V 52. Daniel H. Trigoboff, Hamburg, New York Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1117V 53. Katrina Marie Brusatto on behalf of Domingo Rafael Brusatto, Spanaway, Washington Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1118V 54. Paisley A. Kauffmann, Minneapolis, Minnesota Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1119V 55. Derek Saunders, McDonough, Georgia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1120V PO 00000 Frm 00059 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 44817 56. Heather Adams, Washington, District of Columbia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1121V 57. Jeffrey Cobb and Kimberly Cobb on behalf of T. C., Panora, Iowa Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1123V 58. Gary Helvig, Salem, Oregon Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1124V 59. Thida Phann, Kent, Washington Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1125V 60. Michael Bacotti, Washington, District of Columbia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1126V 61. Joshua Bradley, Trenton, Georgia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1128V 62. Doris DiPonziano, Cherry Hill, New Jersey Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1130V 63. Aaron Tomsky, Princeton, Minnesota Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1132V 64. Judy Barton and Jones Barton on behalf of E. B., Cary, North Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1133V 65. Julie Bulow, Washington, District of Columbia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1134V 66. Edgar C. Kisby, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1135V 67. Carolyn Pierson, Roseburg, Oregon Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1136V 68. Francine M. Skinner on behalf of H. S., Wilmington, North Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1137V 69. Raquel Fournier, Winnetka, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1139V 70. Cynthia S. Simon, St. Joseph, Missouri Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1140V 71. Crystal Allen, Dallas, Texas Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1141V 72. Linda Cartmel, Phoenix, Arizona Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1146V 73. Jesse Lubin, Rockville Centre, New York Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1147V 74. Ilya Ben, Middletown, New Jersey Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1149V 75. Arthur F. Lute and Evan A. Lute on behalf of Arthur F. Lute, Imperial Beach, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1150V 76. Carmen Murillo, Naperville, Illinois Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1152V 77. Tara M. Lohman, Knoxville, Tennessee Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1153V 78. Denise McGrath, Brooklyn, New York Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1154V 79. Rebecca J. McDowell, Des Moines, Iowa Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1156V 80. Nikko Cerrone, Farmington Hills, Michigan Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1158V 81. Gloria Manuel, Phoenix, Arizona E:\FR\FM\26SEN1.SGM 26SEN1 44818 Federal Register / Vol. 82, No. 185 / Tuesday, September 26, 2017 / Notices Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1159V 82. Sandra Blevins, New York, New York Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1161V 83. Michele Harding on behalf of W. J. H., Madison, Wisconsin Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1164V 84. Jody Larsen, Seattle, Washington Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1165V 85. Alexis Garner on behalf of K. T. G., Hyattsville, Maryland Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1166V 86. Elvira Cruz, Englewood, New Jersey Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1167V 87. Rasheedah Smith, Lawrenceville, Georgia Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1169V 88. Carol Clark, Boston, Massachusetts Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1170V 89. Lesa Marie Bowman-Harris, Salem, Oregon Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1172V 90. Jennifer Claypool, Dayton, Nevada Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1176V 91. Theresa Anderson, White Plains, New York Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1178V 92. Maureen C. Clavio, Orland Park, Illinois Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1179V 93. Ellen Honea, Beverly Hills, California Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1180V 94. Jared Sipes, Jacksonville, North Carolina Court of Federal Claims No: 17–1181V [FR Doc. 2017–20540 Filed 9–25–17; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4165–15–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Health Resources and Services Administration Challenge Competition: Improving Remote Monitoring of Pregnancy Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services. ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: The Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA’s) Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) announces a prize competition to support the development and testing of low-cost, scalable technology-based innovations to improve the ability of prenatal care providers to monitor the health and wellbeing of pregnant women remotely, especially women who live in rural and medicallyunderserved areas who have limited access to on-site prenatal care. The statutory authority for this challenge competition is Section 105 of SUMMARY: VerDate Sep<11>2014 18:28 Sep 25, 2017 Jkt 241001 the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2010. This challenge, structured in three phases, will reach a diverse population of innovators and problem solvers including families, coders, public health experts, community leaders, individuals affiliated with academic institutions, research and development communities in the private sector, and others. All submissions will be evaluated; separate prizes will be awarded for each of the three phases below. Phase 1: Design Phase 2: Development and Small Scale Testing Phase 3: Scaling Estimated dates for each phase are as follows: Phase 1: Effective on January 2, 2018 Phase 1 Submission Period Ends: January 31, 2018, 11:59 p.m. ET Phase 1 Judging Period: February 1– February 28, 2018 Phase 1 Winners Announced: March 12, 2018 Phase 2 Begins: March 13, 2018 Phase 2 Submission Period Ends: July 11, 2018 Phase 2 Judging Period: July 12–August 12, 2018 Phase 2 Winners Announced: August 20, 2018 Phase 3 Begins: August 21, 2018 Phase 3 Submission Period Ends: February 21, 2019 Phase 3 Winner Announced: March 1, 2019 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Jessie Buerlein, MSW, Office of Policy and Planning, MCHB, JBuerlein@ hrsa.gov, (301) 443–8931, or James Resnick, Office of the Associate Administrator, MCHB, JResnick@ hrsa.gov, (301) 443–3222. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On January 4, 2011, the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2010 was signed into law allowing the use of challenges and prize competitions increasing agencies’ ability to promote and harness innovation. Competitions run by the federal government result in a number of benefits to the public, including the following: (a) Increasing the number and diversity of the individuals, teams, and organizations that are addressing a particular problem or challenge of national significance; (b) Improving the skills of the participants in the competition; and (c) Directing attention to new market opportunities and stimulating private sector investment. Subject of Challenge Competition In recent years, technological advances have improved the ability of PO 00000 Frm 00060 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 healthcare providers to monitor their patients from afar. For example, wearable biosensors provide for the remote monitoring of patients, athletes, premature infants, children, psychiatric patients, people who need long-term care, the elderly, and people in rural and medically underserved areas. Telemedicine is improving access for patients, while smartphone apps are improving patients’ ability for self-care. At the same time, recent scientific advances around developmental origins of health and disease point to the important role that environmental exposures, nutrition, and stress play in maternal health and fetal programming. Remote, real-time, and more continuous monitoring of harmful environmental exposures, nutritional intake and energy expenditure, and stress and sleep, along with blood pressure, proteinuria, blood glucose, and fetal heart rate, has the potential to improve prenatal care quality and pregnancy outcomes while reducing healthcare costs. Recent trends in hospital closures in rural America also increase the need for technological innovations that support remote monitoring of pregnant women. Between 2004 and 2014, 179 rural counties (9 percent of all rural counties) lost access to in-county hospital obstetric services, and the percent of all rural counties in the U.S. that lacked hospital obstetric services increased from 45 to 54 percent, due to hospital and obstetric-unit closures.1 Many lowincome women, in both rural and urban communities, do not access prenatal care. Fully conflicting priorities such as work, childcare, and transportation make it difficult to make the approximately 15 visits to their provider’s office, which include critical medical assessments and instructions about self-care. This challenge is designed to make technology work for pregnant women, increase access, improve communications (between patients and providers and across providers), and empower pregnant women to take better care of themselves. This challenge will support the development and testing of low-cost, scalable technology-based innovations to improve the ability of prenatal care providers to monitor the health and wellbeing of pregnant women from afar (e.g., in their homes); utilizing technology to empower patients and providers with more complete and upto-date information. Key design features of the innovations should include: 1 http://rhrc.umn.edu/wp-content/files_mf/ 1491501904UMRHRCOBclosuresPolicyBrief.pdf. E:\FR\FM\26SEN1.SGM 26SEN1

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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 (HRSA), Department 
of Health and Human Services (HHS).

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: HRSA is publishing this notice of petitions received under the 
National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (the program), as required 
by the Public Health Service (PHS) Act, as amended. While the Secretary 
of HHS is named as the respondent in all proceedings brought by the 
filing of 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 Lisa L. Reyes, 
Acting 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 08N146B, Rockville, MD 
20857; (301) 443-6593, or visit our Web site at: http://www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation/index.html.

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 HHS, 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 42 CFR 100.3. This 
Table lists for each covered childhood vaccine the conditions that 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 August 1, 2017, through August 
31, 2017. 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. ``[S]ustained, 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. ``[S]ustained, 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 Injury Compensation 
Programs, Healthcare Systems Bureau, 5600 Fishers Lane, 08N146B, 
Rockville, MD 20857. The Court's caption (Petitioner's Name v. 
Secretary of HHS) 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: September 19, 2017
George Sigounas,
Administrator.

List of Petitions Filed

1. Teresa Audino and David Audino on behalf of C. A., Vienna, Virginia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1033V
2. Stephanie C. Savage, Greensboro, North Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1036V
3. Alfred Wade, Jr. on behalf of Elaine D. Wade, Deceased, Wilmington, 
North Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1039V
4. Tiffany S. Gaiter and Deverett S. Gaiter on behalf of Deverett S. 
Jr. Gaiter, Bay City, Michigan

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    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1040V
5. Larry Tomczak, Washington, District of Columbia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1041V
6. Sergio Flores, Chula Vista, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1042V
7. Kimberly Magro, Rockville, Maryland
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1043V
8. Ruth Turner, Washington, District of Columbia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1044V
9. Joseph Diaz, Washington, District of Columbia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1045V
10. Robert Williams, Los Angeles, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1046V
11. Joy Whittemore, Washington, District of Columbia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1047V
12. Martha A. Boudreau, Marietta, Georgia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1048V
13. Harry Robinson, Juneau, Alaska
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1050V
14. Hazel Palm, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1051V
15. Kathy Reid, Royal Oak, Michigan
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1052V
16. Steven Washington, Wilmington, Delaware
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1053V
17. Beth Larrington, Leon, Iowa
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1054V
18. Rosa Monzon, Hollywood, Florida
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1055V
19. James T. Lawrence, Louisville, Kentucky
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1056V
20. Steven Dingmann, Clearwater, Minnesota
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1058V
21. Terra Rhea Varner, Ballentine, South Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1060V
22. Michaelanne Graeff, St. Charles, Missouri
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1062V
23. Robert Kissinger, Folsom, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1063V
24. Leigh Ann Palmer, Portland, Oregon
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1067V
25. Cheryl Desnick, Eden Prairie, Minnesota
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1071V
26. Dana B. Strode, Spokane, Washington
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1072V
27. Michael Wallace, Framingham, Massachusetts
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1074V
28. Jennifer Gross, O'Fallon, Illinois
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1075V
29. Marilynne Lesher, Lansdale, Pennsylvania
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1076V
30. David Lans Stout, Jacksonville Beach, Florida
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1077V
31. Kathryn Johnson, White Bear Lake, Minnesota
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1078V
32. April J. Barr, Nashville, Indiana
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1079V
33. Karen Aarons, Peekskill, New York
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1081V
34. Douglas H. McElroy, Kernersville, North Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1083V
35. Linda Baker on behalf of James Baker, Bluffton, South Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1085V
36. Betty Jones, Atlanta, Georgia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1086V
37. Lily Wells, Houston, Texas
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1087V
38. Jane O. Witham, Springfield, Vermont
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1095V
39. Simon Olschansky, Phoenix, Arizona
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1096V
40. Stephen Kaiser, McPherson, Kansas
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1099V
41. Claire B. Steinberger, New York, New York
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1101V
42. Dustin Logan, Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1102V
43. Ellen Stoler, Charleston, South Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1106V
44. Jennifer Green, Prattville, Alabama
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1107V
45. Leah Marsh and Jeremy Marsh on behalf of E. M., West Jordan, Utah
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1109V
46. Kenneth Keith, San Diego, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1110V
47. James Izuwa, Honolulu, Hawaii
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1111V
48. Eileen Schmigel, Ridgecrest, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1112V
49. Linda Kolacny, Junction City, Kansas
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1113V
50. Kenneth Rickard, Redding, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1114V
51. Sarah Snyder on behalf of S. S., Omaha, Nebraska
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1116V
52. Daniel H. Trigoboff, Hamburg, New York
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1117V
53. Katrina Marie Brusatto on behalf of Domingo Rafael Brusatto, 
Spanaway, Washington
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1118V
54. Paisley A. Kauffmann, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1119V
55. Derek Saunders, McDonough, Georgia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1120V
56. Heather Adams, Washington, District of Columbia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1121V
57. Jeffrey Cobb and Kimberly Cobb on behalf of T. C., Panora, Iowa
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1123V
58. Gary Helvig, Salem, Oregon
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1124V
59. Thida Phann, Kent, Washington
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1125V
60. Michael Bacotti, Washington, District of Columbia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1126V
61. Joshua Bradley, Trenton, Georgia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1128V
62. Doris DiPonziano, Cherry Hill, New Jersey
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1130V
63. Aaron Tomsky, Princeton, Minnesota
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1132V
64. Judy Barton and Jones Barton on behalf of E. B., Cary, North 
Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1133V
65. Julie Bulow, Washington, District of Columbia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1134V
66. Edgar C. Kisby, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1135V
67. Carolyn Pierson, Roseburg, Oregon
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1136V
68. Francine M. Skinner on behalf of H. S., Wilmington, North Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1137V
69. Raquel Fournier, Winnetka, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1139V
70. Cynthia S. Simon, St. Joseph, Missouri
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1140V
71. Crystal Allen, Dallas, Texas
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1141V
72. Linda Cartmel, Phoenix, Arizona
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1146V
73. Jesse Lubin, Rockville Centre, New York
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1147V
74. Ilya Ben, Middletown, New Jersey
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1149V
75. Arthur F. Lute and Evan A. Lute on behalf of Arthur F. Lute, 
Imperial Beach, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1150V
76. Carmen Murillo, Naperville, Illinois
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1152V
77. Tara M. Lohman, Knoxville, Tennessee
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1153V
78. Denise McGrath, Brooklyn, New York
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1154V
79. Rebecca J. McDowell, Des Moines, Iowa
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1156V
80. Nikko Cerrone, Farmington Hills, Michigan
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1158V
81. Gloria Manuel, Phoenix, Arizona

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    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1159V
82. Sandra Blevins, New York, New York
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1161V
83. Michele Harding on behalf of W. J. H., Madison, Wisconsin
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1164V
84. Jody Larsen, Seattle, Washington
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1165V
85. Alexis Garner on behalf of K. T. G., Hyattsville, Maryland
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1166V
86. Elvira Cruz, Englewood, New Jersey
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1167V
87. Rasheedah Smith, Lawrenceville, Georgia
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1169V
88. Carol Clark, Boston, Massachusetts
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1170V
89. Lesa Marie Bowman-Harris, Salem, Oregon
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1172V
90. Jennifer Claypool, Dayton, Nevada
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1176V
91. Theresa Anderson, White Plains, New York
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1178V
92. Maureen C. Clavio, Orland Park, Illinois
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1179V
93. Ellen Honea, Beverly Hills, California
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1180V
94. Jared Sipes, Jacksonville, North Carolina
    Court of Federal Claims No: 17-1181V

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