Vaccines / Preventive Services
Adult immunization rates are falling short of national targets. Learn how global, federal, and state policies affect vaccination uptake. Leverage our findings to guide your strategies. Rely on our expertise commercializing novel and therapeutic vaccines.
Shifting Drugs from Medicare Part B to Part D: Learnings from Medicare Coverage of Vaccines
A proposed shift of Part B drugs into Part D could affect patient access and increase the burden on providers.
Webinar: Barriers to Access: Reforming Medicare Vaccine Coverage
Avalere experts discuss adult immunization rates in the United States and how the disparate coverage of vaccines under Medicare creates significant barriers to increasing adult immunization uptake.
State-Level Policies Can Play Key Role in Improving Adult Immunization Rates
States can pursue various policy opportunities to encourage vaccination and increase access to vaccines.
Emerging Opportunities to Drive Adult Immunization Through Quality
Quality measurement in the adult vaccine space has evolved rapidly. Recent advancements continue to propel efforts to drive adult immunization uptake.
Vaccine Coverage Requirements Vary by Market
Avalere has released a new white paper explaining the current insurance coverage requirements for vaccines and the laws that govern those requirements for the Medicare (Parts B and D), Medicaid, and commercial (group and individual) markets.
Pharmacist Immunization Authority Associated with Higher Seasonal Influenza Immunization Rates
Avalere recently partnered with the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) to explore the role that pharmacists can play in the uptake of seasonal influenza immunizations.
Medicare Has the Potential to Avoid Preventable Illnesses by Encouraging Broader Coverage for Adult Vaccines
A new analysis by Avalere finds that, despite efforts by policymakers to encourage broader vaccination rates, Medicare enrollees have limited access to a set of 10 recommended vaccines without having to pay out-of-pocket (e.g., co-payments).