Case study card:
Predict the efficacy of a researching fund, through the analysis of vaccine impact
One of the main activities of Metal-Aliance health insurance company is supporting the virus prevention fund. M-A wanted to rationalize its support and thus asked about the prevention’s efficiency in terms of both social and economic measures. The objectives of this study were to find whether vaccination can be reasonably rationalized on both individual level and from the perspective of the health insurance company, as well as from the perspective of state.
The analysis brought the clear answer that all of the vaccinations we focused on (except from papillomavirus) pay off to the state. Accounting for health and social insurance and taxes, the state profits on each vaccinated citizen from CZK 300 to CZK 6 000. Most of the vaccinations also paid off from the individuals’ perspective.