Quantcast (access required)"/>
Home / Capitol Insiders / Doctors say they can’t afford vaccines for children and adolescents (access required)

Doctors say they can’t afford vaccines for children and adolescents (access required)

The economics of vaccinating children and adolescents is causing alarm in the healthcare community as more doctors say they cannot afford to offer vaccines because reimbursements do not cover their costs.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

 

x

Check Also

Biotechroad

Bioscience roadmap: Investigating a decade-long plan to make Arizona an industry player (access required)

The dry, sunny climate of Arizona has always been a draw for people seeking its health benefits. Since 2002, the Flinn Foundation has focused on growing Arizona’s image from one recognized for the therapeutic value of its climate to one known for the therapeutic innovations — and commercial viability — of its bioscience sector.