Golden, Co. – Oct. 4, 2016 – Needle-free flu shots using the PharmaJet Injection System will be offered at workplace health clinics this flu season. Denver International Airport, Cargill, Ernst & Young and Morgan Stanley are among the larger U.S. organizations offering employees flu shots with the PharmaJet needle-free device.
“We are excited to partner with organizations in their efforts to offer an alternative to needles for their employees to ensure a safe and healthy workplace. Last year offering needle-free in workplace health clinics resulted in a double digit percentage increase in employees signing up to participate,1 and 93% said they would choose needle-free again for their next flu shot.2 Participants like the choice of a needle-free flu vaccination, and providers really like the technology,” said Ron Lowy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PharmaJet, Inc.
The PharmaJet Needle-Free Injection System is safe, fast and easy to administer. Because it does not use any needles, it eliminates the possibility of needlestick injuries and provides individuals an alternative to receiving a flu vaccination reducing anxiety associated with needles. For more information on PharmaJet’s needle-free technology and how to schedule a needle-free flu clinic, please visit www.pharmajet.com.
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1 PharmaJet, Inc. (2016) internal customer communications record
2 PharmaJet, Inc. (2015), “61-10233 Post Market Surveillance – Corporate Flu Clinics”, internal company report, December 2015.