Summary of Key Findings

  • For every study patient that requested an influenza vaccination from the pharmacy, an additional 1.45 vaccines were forecasted as due at the point-of-care
  • 33.5 percent of the identified unmet vaccination needs were resolved during the six-month study period
    • 95.3 percent were administered by the pharmacist at the point-of-care
    • 4.7 percent were resolved at a patient-initiated follow up visit
  • There was a 41.4 percent increase in the number of vaccines administered as a result of this innovative model of care