Should Vaccines be Purchased Universally? Video

WARREN M. SEIGEL, M.D. is the Chairman of Pediatrics and Director of Adolescent Medicine at Coney Island Hospital, Brooklyn, New York and is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at SUNY-Health Science Center at Brooklyn.
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How can your system as implies a people in today’s news paper waiting for you at the article. What is your doctor is in New York pick patients. Some might any would building not seen the patients a lot of procedures because the system is base on procedures they that they over built a six million dollars. If you do not do it, and you get the money for it, a lot of money. As the pediatrician endorses you I would not mention his name. For nine years and a worry guard it outdated vaccines. Give to a thousand perfect individual patients. We estimate quite a newspaper for that. You could make a half a million dollars. The incidence is for frat idea, because vaccines are so expensive. We know that are costing an average pediatrician to buy for a thousand boys 1.2 million dollars also, for girls 1.6 million dollars also. Correct me if the suggestion I think you agree with it. All vaccines should be purchase by the Department of Health given to all pediatricians. The Department of Health or that agency will get from the insurance company directly. So cost which is actually normal call take away from the pediatricians. Maybe we can little administration fee for cost of the syringe and reporting at mix a lot more sense. The incentives for full, I can alter them down and the ex-pediatrician have more levelable atmosphere. So this is advice that it makes sense to you. In that case how many pediatric in New York are active in lobbying against the support of a universal vaccine purchased program. The details needs to be work out. Because I know that, this is early by being source of controversy. Not even pediatrician in New York supports these concepts but we are working with New York State. Of the try and get a universal vaccine purchase program together.

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