Health information technology and physicians' knowledge of drug costs.

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OBJECTIVE To examine whether physicians' use of information technology (IT) was associated with better knowledge of drug costs. STUDY DESIGN/METHODS A 2007 statewide survey of 247 primary care physicians in Hawaii regarding IT use and self-reported knowledge of formularies, copayments, and retail prices. RESULTS Approximately 8 in 10 physicians… (More)

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@article{Tseng2010HealthIT, title={Health information technology and physicians' knowledge of drug costs.}, author={Chien-Wen Tseng and Robert H. Brook and G. Caleb Alexander and Allen L Hixon and Emmett B. Keeler and Carol M. Mangione and Randi Chen and Eric A Jackson and R. Adams Dudley}, journal={The American journal of managed care}, year={2010}, volume={16 4}, pages={e105-10} }