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Table 3 Estimated Incremental Cost-effectiveness Ratio (ICER) [$ per-additionally-vaccinated-child] of school-located influenza vaccination program in 2015–2016 [2015 dollar value]

From: Cost effectiveness of school-located influenza vaccination programs for elementary and secondary school children

Vaccination location All Schools Elementary Schools Secondary Schools
SLIV b Anywhere c SLIV b Anywhere c SLIV b Anywhere c
ICER using SUBTOTAL COST: (A + B + C)
 Deterministic Analysis $85.84 $67.17 $85.71 $80.53 $86.51 $53.40
 Probabilistic Analysis a (95% PCI) $87.95 ($70.26, $112.92) $68.89 ($53.39, $87.24) $86.67 ($66.82, $108.54) $84.18 ($64.20, $118.08) $91.38 ($84.41, $100.98) $53.53 ($45.57, $61.71)
ICER using TOTAL COST: (A + B + C)-(D)
 Deterministic Analysis $49.03 $41.76 $48.90 $46.89 $49.70 $36.57
 Probabilistic Analysis a (95% PCI) $50.17 ($32.46, $77.40) $43.55 ($30.14, $61.10) $47.98 ($29.39, $73.91) $47.70 ($29.44, $75.90) $54.42 ($46.72, $63.59) $38.73 ($31.79, $47.38)
  1. All cost estimates were expressed in 2015 dollar value
  2. Cost components (A, B, C, D) are defined in Table 2
  3. a Probabilistic model used the distributions of model parameters defined in Table 2 to perform Monte Carlo simulations to provide the mean and 95% probabilistic confidence interval (PCI) of estimates
  4. b SLIV: School-located influenza vaccination
  5. c “Anywhere” includes both vaccinations administered at the SLIV program and those in “practices.” “Practice” indicates the vaccinations’ administration setting other than SLIV clinics, almost always (> 95%) primary care practices [16]
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