Publication Date: January 2009
Publisher: RAND Corporation
Author(s): Matthew D. Solomon; Dana P. Goldman; Geoffrey F. Joyce; Jose J. Escarce
Describes a study showing that increasing copayments for prescription drugs causes patients newly diagnosed with hypertension, high cholesterol, and diabetes to delay starting treatment, which in turn increases their risk for heart attack and stroke.
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