Report: E-prescribing helps docs prescribe less expensive drugs

03/15/2013 | Modern Healthcare (subscription required)

A study from research firm Decision Resources showed that endocrinologists and primary care doctors use e-prescribing tools for 76% of Medicare patients and 79% of other patients. The study suggests that doctors who have electronic access to information about patients' formularies focus more on costs when prescribing.

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