Shopping Behavior for ADHD Drugs: Results of a Cohort Study in a Pharmacy Database

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OBJECTIVE Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medications are subject to abuse, misuse, and diversion. Obtaining ADHD prescriptions from multiple prescribers or filled across multiple pharmacies, known as 'doctor shopping', may reflect such unsanctioned use. We sought to create a definition of shopping behavior that differentiated ADHD… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s40268-014-0058-4

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@inproceedings{Cepeda2014ShoppingBF, title={Shopping Behavior for ADHD Drugs: Results of a Cohort Study in a Pharmacy Database}, author={M Soledad Cepeda and D. W. Fife and Joris Berwaerts and Yingli Yuan and Greg Mastrogiovanni}, booktitle={Drugs in R&D}, year={2014} }