Medication Adherence as a Measure of the Quality of Care Provided by Physicians
Physician-level medication adherence is a strong predictor of patient health and should be considered as a measure of physician quality.
Does the Offer of Free Prescriptions Increase Generic Prescribing?
The offer of free medications to low-income Medicare beneficiaries with diabetes enrolled in Part D plans has no impact on generic prescribing rates.
Reducing Out-of-Pocket Cost Barriers to Specialty Drug Use Under Medicare Part D: Addressing the Problem of "Too Much Too Soon"
Medicare claims analyses offer insight into how proposed policy changes would affect out-of-pocket prescription costs for Part D beneficiaries requiring specialty drugs.
Prevalence, Effectiveness, and Characteristics of Pharmacy-Based Medication Synchronization Programs
This study evaluates the prevalence, structure, and key features of pharmacy-based programs to synchronize prescription fill dates, about which, little is known.
Medication Adherence and Measures of Health Plan Quality
This study examines the association between plan-level measures of health outcomes and medication adherence to assess the viability of adherence as a measure of plan performance.
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