Utilization and cost of anti-osteoporosis therapy among US Medicare beneficiaries

@article{Jha2016UtilizationAC,
  title={Utilization and cost of anti-osteoporosis therapy among US Medicare beneficiaries},
  author={S. Jha and T. Bhattacharyya},
  journal={Archives of Osteoporosis},
  year={2016},
  volume={11},
  pages={1-8}
}
  • S. Jha, T. Bhattacharyya
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Archives of Osteoporosis
  • SummaryThere is a strong impetus to prevent and treat osteoporosis to prevent fractures. $990 million dollars was spent on anti-osteoporosis drugs in 2013. As we shift our focus on primary prevention of fractures, providers are encouraged to find the most cost-effective anti-osteoporosis therapy for patients.PurposeOsteoporosis is a major global problem with osteoporotic fractures posing a potentially avoidable burden on healthcare resources. We studied the utilization and cost of anti… CONTINUE READING
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