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Figure 5. From: A cost comparison of electronic and hybrid data collection systems in Ontario during pandemic and seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns.

Results of Sensitivity Analyses - Scenario 2 (5 years of seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns) for PHU population of 500,000. The base case value and tested range is provided for each parameter. In the base case, the hybrid system is more costly than the electronic system, by a difference of $14,858. Where bars correspond to negative dollar values, variation in the parameter has resulted in the hybrid system becoming less costly than the electronic system.

Jennifer A Pereira, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011;11:210-210.
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Figure 4. From: A cost comparison of electronic and hybrid data collection systems in Ontario during pandemic and seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns.

Results of Sensitivity Analyses - Scenario 2 (5 years of seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns) for PHU population of 100,000. The base case value and tested range is provided for each parameter. In the base case, the electronic system is less costly than the hybrid system, by a difference of $2,068. Where bars correspond to negative dollar values, variation in the parameter has resulted in the hybrid system becoming less costly than the electronic system.

Jennifer A Pereira, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011;11:210-210.
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Figure 6. From: A cost comparison of electronic and hybrid data collection systems in Ontario during pandemic and seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns.

Results of Sensitivity Analyses - Scenario 2 (5 years of seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns) for PHU population of 1,000,000. The base case value and tested range is provided for each parameter. In the base case, the hybrid system is more costly than the electronic system, by a difference of $64,939. Where bars correspond to negative dollar values, variation in the parameter has resulted in the hybrid system becoming less costly than the electronic system.

Jennifer A Pereira, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011;11:210-210.
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Figure 1. From: A cost comparison of electronic and hybrid data collection systems in Ontario during pandemic and seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns.

Results of Sensitivity Analyses - Scenario 1 (1st year pandemic + 4 years of seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns) for PHU population of 100,000. The base case value and tested range is provided for each parameter. In the base case, the electronic system is less costly than the hybrid system, by a difference of $1,476. Where bars correspond to negative dollar values, variation in the parameter has resulted in the hybrid system becoming less costly than the electronic system.

Jennifer A Pereira, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011;11:210-210.
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Figure 3. From: A cost comparison of electronic and hybrid data collection systems in Ontario during pandemic and seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns.

Results of Sensitivity Analyses - Scenario 1 (1st year pandemic + 4 years of seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns) for PHU population of 1,000,000. The base case value and tested range is provided for each parameter. In the base case, the hybrid system is more costly than the electronic system, by a difference of $219,315. Where bars correspond to negative dollar values, variation in the parameter has resulted in the hybrid system becoming less costly than the electronic system.

Jennifer A Pereira, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011;11:210-210.
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Figure 2. From: A cost comparison of electronic and hybrid data collection systems in Ontario during pandemic and seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns.

Results of Sensitivity Analyses - Scenario 1 (1st year pandemic + 4 years of seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns) for PHU population of 500,000. The base case value and tested range is provided for each parameter. In the base case, the hybrid system is more costly than the electronic system, by a difference of $86,473. Where bars correspond to negative dollar values, variation in the parameter has resulted in the hybrid system becoming less costly than the electronic system.

Jennifer A Pereira, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011;11:210-210.

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