Statistics and drug utilization: are prescribing rates really that high?


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Statistics and drug utilization: are prescribing rates really that high?

Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsMorgan SG
JournalCMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienneCMAJ
Pages1507 - 1508
Date Published2001
KeywordsAged, British Columbia, Canada, Data Interpretation, Statistical, Drug Costs/statistics & numerical data/trends, Drug Utilization/economics/statistics & numerical data/trends, Health Services Research, Humans, Models, Econometric, National Health Programs/economics/statistics & numerical data/trends, Physician's Practice Patterns/economics/statistics & numerical data/trends, Reproducibility of Results
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