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Immunization Action Coalition

Vaccine-Related Journal Articles

Topics of Interest: Vaccine financing

Vaccine financing 2014-2008
Benefits from Immunization during the Vaccines for Children Program Era—United States, 1994–2013
Source: MMWR, April 25, 2014, Vol. 63(16):352-5
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Economic Evaluation of the Routine Childhood Immunization Program in the United States, 2009
Authors: Zhou F, Shefer A, Wenger J, et al.
Source: Pediatrics, e-published March 3, 2014
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School-located Vaccination of Adolescents with Insurance Billing: Cost, Reimbursement, and Vaccination Outcomes
Authors: Daley MF, Kempe A, Pyrzanowski J, st al.
Source: J Adolesc Health, March 2014, Vol. 54(3):282-8
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Vaccine Financing From the Perspective of Primary Care Physicians
Authors: O'Leary ST, Allison MA, Lindley MC, et al.
Source: Pediatrics, March 2014, Vol. 133(3):367-74
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Making New Vaccines Affordable: A Comparison of Financing Processes Used to Develop and Deploy New Meningococcal and Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccines
Authors: Hargreaves JR, Greenwood B, Clift C, Goel A, Roemer-Mahler A, Smith R, Heymann DL
Source: Lancet, June 9, 2011
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The Future of Immunisation Policy, Implementation, and Financing
Authors: Levine OS, Bloom DE, Cherian T, et al.
Source: Lancet, June 9, 2011
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Financing Vaccines for Adolescents: A Position Paper of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine
Authors: Kharbanda EO, Lee GM, Koenigs L; SAHM Committee on Adolescent Vaccination
Source: J Adolesc Health, March 2011, Vol. 48(3):320-1
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Reducing Financial Barriers to Vaccinating Children and Adolescents in the USA
Authors: Bednarczyk RA, Birkhead GS
Source: Curr Opin Pediatr, February 2011, Vol. 23(1):105-9
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Health Care Utilization by Adolescents on Medicaid: Implications for Delivering Vaccines
Authors: Dempsey AF, Freed GL
Source: Pediatrics, January 2010, Vol. 125(1):43-9
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Financing of Childhood and Adolescent Vaccines
Source: Pediatrics, December 2009, Vol. 124 (supplement)
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Increasing Adolescent Vaccination: Barriers and Strategies in the Context of Policy, Legal, and Financial Issues
Authors: Ford CA, English A, Davenport AF, Stinnett AJ
Source: J Adolesc Health, June 2009, Vol. 44(6):568-74
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Strategies for Financial Sustainability of Immunization Programs: A Review of the Strategies from 50 National Immunization Program Financial Sustainability Plans
Authors: Kamara L, Milstien JB, Patyna M, Lydon P, Levin A, Brenzel L
Source: Vaccine, December 2, 2008, Vol. 26(51): 6717-26
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Primary Care Physician Perspectives on Reimbursement for Childhood Immunizations
Authors: Freed GL, Cowan AE, Clark SJ
Source: Pediatrics, December 2008, Vol. 122(6):1319-24
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Variation in Provider Vaccine Purchase Prices and Payer Reimbursement
Authors: Freed GL, Cowan AE, Gregory S, Clark SJ
Source: Pediatrics, December 2008, Vol. 122(6):1325-31
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Funding of Drugs: Do Vaccines Warrant a Different Approach?
Authors: Beutels P, Scuffham PA, MacIntyre CR
Source: Lancet Infect Dis, November 2008, Vol. 8(11):727-33
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Introducing New Vaccines in the Poorest Countries: What Did We Learn from the GAVI Experience with Financial Sustainability?
Authors: Lydon P, Levine R, Makinen M, et al.
Source: Vaccine, October 24, 2008
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The Role of Economic Information in Decision-Making by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
Authors: Dempsey AF, Cowan AE, Stokley S, Messonnier M, Clark SJ, Davis MM
Source: Vaccine, October 3, 2008, Vol. 26(42):5389-92
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Government Financing for Health and Specific National Budget Lines: The case of Vaccines and Immunization
Authors: Lydon P, Beyai PL, Chaudhri I, Cakmak N, Satoulou A, Dumolard L
Source: Vaccine, July 14, 2008
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