The Effects of Cost Sharing on Adherence to Medications Prescribed for Concurrent Use: Do Definitions Matter?

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BACKGROUND Accurate estimates of the effects of cost sharing on adherence to medications prescribed for use together, also called concurrent adherence, are important for researchers, payers, and policymakers who want to reduce barriers to adherence for chronic condition patients prescribed multiple medications concurrently. But measure definition consensus… (More)

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@article{Sacks2015TheEO, title={The Effects of Cost Sharing on Adherence to Medications Prescribed for Concurrent Use: Do Definitions Matter?}, author={Naomi C. Sacks and James F. Burgess and Howard J Cabral and Marie E. McDonnell and Steven D. Pizer}, journal={Journal of managed care & specialty pharmacy}, year={2015}, volume={21 8}, pages={678-87} }