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ISPOR 11th Annual International Meeting
May 20-24, 2006  Marriott Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
 

CONTRIBUTED POSTER PRESENTATIONS SESSION II


 

Health Care Use & Policy

   
PHP1 A COMPARISON OF CLINICAL TRIAL PARTICIPANTS TO THE GENERAL PATIENT POPULATION
Bolge SC, Mills DL
Consumer Health Sciences, Princeton, NJ, USA
   
PHP2 MEMBERS INITIAL EXPERIENCE WITH A CONSUMER-DRIVEN PHARMACY BENEFIT PLAN DESIGN
Gams EL, Lee KY, Watkins SM, Harte-O'Reilly MT, Mehta AN
Walgreens Health Services, Deerfield, IL, USA
   
PHP3 IMPACT OF CONSUMER-DIRECTED HEALTH PLAN ON PHARMACY UTILIZATION
Moore J, Marks A
Caremark, Scottsdale, AZ, USA
   
PHP4 OUT-OF-POCKET PRICE OF OUTPATIENT MEDICATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
Craig B1, Deb P2
1University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA, 2Hunter College, New York, NY, USA
   
PHP5 WITHDRAWN
   
PHP6 BENEFICIARIES' OUT-OF-POCKET COSTS UNDER THE MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFIT: EVIDENCE FROM MEDICARE DISCOUNT DRUG CARD CLAIMS DATA
Esposito D1, Roebuck MC2, Lewis M2
1Mathematica Policy Research, Inc, Princeton, NJ, USA, 2Caremark, Hunt Valley, MD, USA
   
PHP7 THE DECISION TO CONDUCT A HEAD-TO-HEAD COMPARATIVE TRIAL: A GAME-THEORETIC ANALYSIS
Mansley EC1, Elbasha EH2, Teutsch SM1, Berger ML1
1Merck & Co., Inc, West Point, PA, USA, 2Merck & Co., Inc, Blue Bell, PA, USA
   
PHP8 BRITISH COLUMBIAN PHYSICIANS' OPINIONS REGARDING REFERENCE DRUG AND GENERIC SUBSTITUTION PROGRAMS
Polinski J1, Maclure M2, Marshall B2, Cassels A2, Agnew-Blais J1, Patrick A1, Schneeweiss S3
1Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA, 2University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada, 3Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA
   
PHP9 SUMMARY OF THE FIRST YEAR OF A DISEASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN PATIENTS WITH BLEEDING DISORDERS
Tencer T1, Shapiro A2, Roberson C2, Johnson KA1
1University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center, Indianapolis, IN, USA
   
PHP10 CHARACTERISTICS OF SENIORS WITH HIGH ANNUAL PRESCRIPTION DRUG EXPENDITURES: FINDINGS FROM THE 2002 AND 2003 MEDICAL EXPENDITURE PANEL SURVEY
Daniel GW, Malone DC
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA
   
PHP11 PRESCRIPTION PATTERNS OF POTENTIALLY INAPPROPRIATE MEDICATIONS AMONG OLDER MEDICARE MANAGED CARE BENEFICIARIES
Bonnet PO, Yip JY, Leung M
SCAN, Long Beach, CA, USA
   
PHP12 MEDICINE PRICES, AVAILABILITY AND AFFORDABILITY IN RAJASTHAN, INDIA
Kotwani A1, Ewen M2, Laing R3, Gurbani N4, Sharma S5, RoyChaudhury R6
1Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute, University of Delhi, Delhi, India, 2Health Action International Europe, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3WHO, Geneva, Switzerland, 4Public Health Training Institute, Jaipur, India, 5IHBAS, Delhi, India, 6INCLEN Inc, New Delhi, India
   
PHP13 ENHANCING THE SAFETY OF OTC MEDICATION USE FOR HISPANIC CONSUMERS WITH BILINGUAL LABELS
Sansgiry S, Chanda S, Abbass I, Murty S, Shringarpure G
1University of Houston, Houston, TX
   
PHP14 WITHDRAWN
   
PHP15 THE CORRELATION OF SATISFACTION OF MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES WITH ACCESS AND QUALITY OF CARE
Crea JE1, Seoane-Vazquez E2, Szeinbach SL1
1The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA, 2Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
   
PHP16 THE IMPACT OF THE PHARMACY AND THERAPEUTICS COMMITTEE ON THE PATIENTS' ACCESS TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS IN THE SAUDI MINISTRY OF HEALTH: EXPLORATORY AND COMPARISON STUDY
Alkelya MA1, Kreling DH2
1University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, Madison, WI, USA, 2University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, Madison, WI, USA
   
PHP17 IMPACT OF CO-PAY DIFFERENTIAL ON GENERIC PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED THROUGH 90-DAY RETAIL CHANNEL
Jiang JZ, Fuldeore M, Sun SX, Lee KY
Walgreens Health Services, Deerfield, IL, USA
   
PHP18 IMPACT OF STEPS (SAFE, THERAPEUTIC AND ECONOMIC PHARMACEUTICAL SELECTION) MODEL ON PRESCRIBING COSTS OF STATINS
Alabbadi I1, Crealey G2, Troughton T3, Baird S4, Miars J5, Scott M3, McElnay J1
1Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, 2Clinical Research Support Centre & Queen's university Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, 3Antrim Area Hospital, Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK, 4Broughshane Medical Practice, Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK, 5United Hospitals Trust, Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK
   
PHP19 COST SAVINGS ASSOCIATED WITH TABLET SPLITTING PROGRAM IN A PHARMACY BENEFIT MANAGEMENT SETTING
Gomes JP, Sun SX, Bertram CT
Walgreens Health Services, Deerfield, IL, USA
   
PHP20 ISPOR CONTRIBUTED RESEARCH 1998-2005: EVALUATION OF TRENDS & QUALITY INDICATORS
Smith MD1, McGhan W2
1International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, Lawrenceville, NJ, USA, 2University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, USA
   
PHP21 CALCULATION OF LORENZ CONCENTRATION CURVES AND GINI COEFFICIENT OF HEALTH EXPENDITURES IN HUNGARY
Boncz I1, Sántha K1, Szaszkó D1, Dózsa C2, Sebestyén A3
1National Health Insurance Fund Administration (OEP), Budapest, Hungary, 2Ministry of Health, Budapest, Hungary, 3National Health Insurance Fund Administration (OEP), Pécs, Hungary
   
PHP22 PRESCRIPTION DRUG PRICE COMPARISONS BETWEEN CANADIAN AND US ON-LINE PHARMACIES OVER A SIX-MONTH PERIOD
Richards KM, Shepherd MD
1University of Texas, Austin, TX, USA
   
PHP23 EFFECT OF INSURANCE TYPE ON HEALTH PLANS' SPENDING ON SPECIALTY PHARMACEUTICALS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS
Chen CC1, Mullins CD1, DeVries AR2
1University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Baltimore, MD, USA, 2Highmark, Inc, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
   
PHP24 ELECTRONIC INTERFACES FOR SHARING PATIENT DATA: ESTIMATING RETURN ON INVESTMENT IN HOSPICE
Mondgock D1, Reifsnyder J2, Magee H2
1ExcelleRx, Inc, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2excelleRx, Inc, Philadelphia, PA, USA
   
PHP25 HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE ASSESSMENT IN PHARMACEUTICAL CARE: EVALUATING PHARMACIST'S KNOWLEDGE, UNDERSTANDING AND PERCEIVED BARRIERS IN PHARMACY PRACTICE
Chandak P1, Wu WK2, Pantaleo N3
1St. John's University, Queens, NY, USA, 2St. John's Univesity, Queens, NY, USA, 3Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, Jamaica, NY, USA
   
PHP26 DEVELOPING A MEASURE OF PATIENT EMPOWERMENT TO BE APPLIED IN THE GENERAL COMMUNITY
Loukanova S, Bridges JFP
University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany
   
PHP27 CLUSTER ANALYSIS OF STATE MEDICAID PROGRAMS
Roy S, Madhavan SS
West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA
   
PHP28 THE EFFECT OF HIGH-RISK MEDICATIONS ON VISIT TIME WITH PHYSICIANS: RESULTS FROM THE NAMCS SURVEY
John EJ1, Farris K1, Brooks JM2
1University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA, 2USRDS Economic Special Study Center, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA
   
PHP29 Withdrawn
   


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