Published in Physician Law Weekly, March 23rd, 2005
According to published research from the United States, "Potential business losses incurred vaccinating adults against influenza have not been defined because of a lack of estimates for medical practice costs incurred delivering vaccines. We collected data on vaccination labor time and other associated expenses. We modeled estimates of per-vaccination medical practice business costs associated with delivering adult influenza vaccine in different sized practices."
"Per-shot costs ranged from US$ 13.87 to US$ 46.27 (2001 dollars)." wrote Margaret S....
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