Cost Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination in Older Adults

  title={Cost Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination in Older Adults},
  author={A. Newall and H. Kelly and S. Harsley and Prof. Paul A. Scuffham},
  • A. Newall, H. Kelly, +1 author Prof. Paul A. Scuffham
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • PharmacoEconomics
  • AbstractSeveral recent studies have assessed the benefits of extending influenza vaccination programmes, which are currently targeted primarily at those aged over 65 years, to those aged 50–64 years. We identified and reviewed all costeffectiveness studies of influenza vaccination in those aged 50–64 years published before July 2008. While the studies suggest that vaccination in this age-group is likely to be cost effective, these results were dependent on several key assumptions. The estimates… CONTINUE READING

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