We identified these 10 articles related to the economics of immunization. These articles were gathered from the START Center Vaccine Delivery Research Digest resource — up to the latest issue in January 2019
A new systematic review and simulation study discussed cost estimators. Simple mean has an upward bias from 12% to 113%. To reduce bias, use volume-weighted mean, calibration, or regression estimators.
Fourteen member countries gathered in Tangerang, Indonesia for the LNCT meeting “Resource Mobilization: Moving Beyond Vaccines.” Countries spent three days in discussion on budget gaps and strategies for resource mobilization
During LNCT network-wide meeting in Tangerang, Indonesia in July 2019, participants shared their experiences related to topics around their Gavi transition experiences.
A recently published systematic review looked at over 15,000 resources and summarized information on immunization delivery costs, essential for planning and budgeting for the sustainability and performance of national programs.
Access all materials, presentations, photos, and reports from the Immunization Economics iHEA pre-congress session in Basel, July 13-14, 2019.