Conflicts of Interest on Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees at Academic Medical Centers

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Dear Editors, Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) committees' decisions should ideally be guided by objective patient and institution centered factors including comparative efficacy and cost– benefit analysis [1]. However, the potential for institutional and personal conflicts of interest (COI) among committee members may have undue and adverse influence on the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13181-011-0148-4

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@article{Farmer2011ConflictsOI, title={Conflicts of Interest on Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees at Academic Medical Centers}, author={Brenna M. Farmer and Lewis S. Nelson}, journal={Journal of Medical Toxicology}, year={2011}, volume={7}, pages={175-176} }