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Archive project: Economic price and productivity measurement in a pharmaceutical sub-sector - treating hypertension

Principal investigator:  Paul Grootendorst
Institution: McMaster University
Funding agency:  N/A

Data sets requested

  • Medical Services Plan (BC Ministry of Health)
  • Consolidation file (Medical Services Plan Premium Registration and Billing) (BC Ministry of Health)
  • PharmaCare (BC Ministry of Health)

Publications

Reports

Grootendorst, P., Levine, M. (2002) "Do Drug Plans Matter? Effects of Drug Plan Eligibility on Drug Use Among the Elderley, Social Assistance Recipients and the General Population. Final report to the Health Transitions Fund, 2000 and SEDAP research paper no. 73
 

Presentations

Grootendorst, P. (2001-04) "Do Drug Plans Matter? Effects of Drug Plan Eligibility on Drug Use Among the Elderley, Social Assistance Recipients and the General Population." Health Transitions Fund Research Dissemination Workshop, Toronto

Grootendorst, P. (2001-03) "Do Drug Plans Matter? Effects of Drug Plan Eligibility on Drug Use Among the Elderley, Social Assistance Recipients and the General Population." Department of Economics, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay

 

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