A systematic review of the literature comparing the practices of dispensing and non-dispensing doctors
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- Matthias Bannert & David Iselin, 2015. "Ask Your Doctor or Pharmacist! On the Effect of Self-Dispensing Physicians on Pharmaceutical Coverage," KOF Working papers 15-387, KOF Swiss Economic Institute, ETH Zurich.
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KeywordsDispensing doctors Prescribing behaviour Physicians Quality of health care Prescription practice Drug prescriptions;
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