Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of issuing longer versus shorter duration (3-month vs. 28-day) prescriptions in patients with chronic conditions: systematic review and economic modelling

Miani Vial C, Martin A, Exley J, Doble B, Wilson E, Payne R, Avery A, Meads C, Kirtley A, Jones MM, King S (2017)
Health Technology Assessment 21(78): 1-128.

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Miani Vial C, Martin A, Exley J, et al. Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of issuing longer versus shorter duration (3-month vs. 28-day) prescriptions in patients with chronic conditions: systematic review and economic modelling. Health Technology Assessment. 2017;21(78):1-128.
Miani Vial, C., Martin, A., Exley, J., Doble, B., Wilson, E., Payne, R., Avery, A., et al. (2017). Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of issuing longer versus shorter duration (3-month vs. 28-day) prescriptions in patients with chronic conditions: systematic review and economic modelling. Health Technology Assessment, 21(78), 1-128. doi:10.3310/hta21780
Miani Vial, C., Martin, A., Exley, J., Doble, B., Wilson, E., Payne, R., Avery, A., Meads, C., Kirtley, A., Jones, M. M., et al. (2017). Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of issuing longer versus shorter duration (3-month vs. 28-day) prescriptions in patients with chronic conditions: systematic review and economic modelling. Health Technology Assessment 21, 1-128.
Miani Vial, C., et al., 2017. Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of issuing longer versus shorter duration (3-month vs. 28-day) prescriptions in patients with chronic conditions: systematic review and economic modelling. Health Technology Assessment, 21(78), p 1-128.
C. Miani Vial, et al., “Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of issuing longer versus shorter duration (3-month vs. 28-day) prescriptions in patients with chronic conditions: systematic review and economic modelling”, Health Technology Assessment, vol. 21, 2017, pp. 1-128.
Miani Vial, C., Martin, A., Exley, J., Doble, B., Wilson, E., Payne, R., Avery, A., Meads, C., Kirtley, A., Jones, M.M., King, S.: Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of issuing longer versus shorter duration (3-month vs. 28-day) prescriptions in patients with chronic conditions: systematic review and economic modelling. Health Technology Assessment. 21, 1-128 (2017).
Miani Vial, Celine, Martin, Adam, Exley, Josephine, Doble, Brett, Wilson, Ed, Payne, Rupert, Avery, Anthony, Meads, Catherine, Kirtley, Anne, Jones, Molly Morgan, and King, Sarah. “Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of issuing longer versus shorter duration (3-month vs. 28-day) prescriptions in patients with chronic conditions: systematic review and economic modelling”. Health Technology Assessment 21.78 (2017): 1-128.
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