Trends and Patterns in the Use of Prescription Drugs Among Medicaid Beneficiaries: 1999 to 2009
AbstractThis brief presents noteworthy trends and patterns in the use and costs of prescription drugs for Medicaid beneficiaries from 1999 to 2009. It builds on previous annual tables and chartbooks, and describes trends in drug usage and costs. The brief emphasizes trends for beneficiaries with disabilities and chronic illnesses, whose drug use is much more extensive than that of children and nondisabled adults.
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