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Diagnostic codes associated with hypnotic medications during outpatient physician-patient encounters in the United States from 1990-1998.
Off-label prescribing in the treatment of dermatologic disease.
Analysis of factors associated with increased prescription illegibility: results from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 1990-1998.
Analysis of factors associated with prescription of a potentially inappropriate combination dermatological medication among US outpatient physicians.
Quality of dermatologic care delivered by physician assistants: an analysis of prescribing behavior for the combination antifungal agent clotrimazole-betamethasone.
Differences in acne treatment prescribing patterns of pediatricians and dermatologists: an analysis of nationally representative data.
Prior authorization for topical psoriasis treatments: is it cost-beneficial for managed care?
Isotretinoin and oral contraceptive use in female acne patients varies by physician specialty: analysis of data from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey.
Factors affecting prescription of ultra-high potency topical corticosteroids in skin disease: an analysis of US national practice data.
Predictors of healthcare outcomes and costs related to medication use in patients with acne in the United States.
Prescribing on the basis of subjective disease severity.
Prescription refills and healthcare costs associated with topical metronidazole in Medicaid enrolled patients with rosacea.
Prescribing patterns for topical retinoids: analyses of 15 years of data from the national ambulatory medical care survey.
Drug samples in dermatology: special considerations and recommendations for the future.
A boxed warning for inadequate psoriasis treatment.
Prescriptions for atopic dermatitis: oral corticosteroids remain commonplace.