Impact of two Medicaid prior-authorization policies on antihypertensive use and costs among Michigan and Indiana residents dually enrolled in Medicaid and Medicare: Results of a longitudinal, population-based study

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Impact of two Medicaid prior-authorization policies on antihypertensive use and costs among Michigan and Indiana residents dually enrolled in Medicaid and Medicare: Results of a longitudinal, population-based study

Title
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsLaw M, Lu CY, Soumerai SB, Graves AJ, LeCates RF, Zhang F, Ross-Degnan D, Adams AS
JournalClinical therapeutics
Volume32
Issue4
Pages729 - 741
Date Published2010
Citation Key168