Physicians' attitudes about prescribing and knowledge of the costs of common medications.

@article{Reichert2000PhysiciansAA,
  title={Physicians' attitudes about prescribing and knowledge of the costs of common medications.},
  author={Sandro Reichert and Tzachit Simon and Ethan A. Halm},
  journal={Archives of internal medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={160 18},
  pages={2799-803}
}
BACKGROUND Compliance with medical therapy is often compromised because patients cannot afford to pay for medications. Inadequate physician knowledge of drug costs may unwittingly contribute to this problem. OBJECTIVE To measure attitudes about prescribing and knowledge of medication costs and compare differences among attending physicians and residents. DESIGN/PARTICIPANTS Written survey of internal medicine house staff and general medicine attending physicians in an urban hospital-based… CONTINUE READING

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