How does use of a prescription monitoring program change medical practice?

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OBJECTIVES   The objectives of this study were to test for differences in prescription monitoring program (PMP) use between two states, Connecticut (CT) and Rhode Island (RI), with a different PMP accessibility; to explore use of PMP reports in clinical practice; and to examine associations between PMP use and clinician's responses to suspected diversion or… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1526-4637.2012.01452.x

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@article{Green2012HowDU, title={How does use of a prescription monitoring program change medical practice?}, author={T. Clifton Green and Marita R Mann and Sarah E. J. Bowman and Nickolas D. Zaller and Xaviel Soto and J. R. Gadea and Catherine Cordy and Patrick Kelly and Peter D Friedmann}, journal={Pain medicine}, year={2012}, volume={13 10}, pages={1314-23} }