Article by Conklin et al. in Jan/Feb 2009 issue of JMCP. Study sought to determine the effects of an automated, office-based generic drug sampling kiosk on (a) prescribing of first-line oral antibiotic agents as a ratio of total antibiotic prescribing and (b) average antibiotic drug cost per claim. They found cost per claim dropped by 12.3% for kiosk prescribers and 8.8% for non-kiosk users. Click here to read study. Commentary found here.
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