Improvements in Access and Care Through the Affordable Care Act
Affordable Care Act exchange enrollees in California and Colorado reported significant improvements in access to care and fewer barriers to receiving care due to costs.
Safety and Effectiveness of Mail Order Pharmacy Use in Diabetes
Patients using mail order pharmacies have lower healthcare utilization, but somewhat less laboratory monitoring of persistent medications and slightly higher contraindicated medication use.
Mail-Order Versus Local Pharmacies on Adherence: Study Methods Make for Unfair Comparison
Mail-Order Pharmacy Use and Adherence to Diabetes-Related Medications
Patients with diabetes were more likely to have good medication adherence if they refilled their medications by mail versus at localpharmacies.
The Effectiveness of Diabetes Care Management in Managed Care
Care management patients experienced slightly greater improvements in CVD risk factor control than a set of matched controls. Both populations showed significant improvement over time.
Medicare Part D Coverage Gap and Diabetes Beneficiaries
When diabetic patients in 2 Medicare Advantage Part D plans reached the 2006 coverage gap, overall drug costs dropped as out-of-pocket costs increased.
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