- •Stepwise intervention is an effective way in increasing influenza vaccination rates.
- •Nonmandatory policy increased influenza vaccination rate significantly.
- •One-on-one counseling of doctors improved the vaccination rate.
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Previous presentation: Presented as a posted at the ASM Microbe 2016, June 16-20, 2016, Boston, MA.
Conflicts of interest: None to report.