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Encouraging Mail Order Pharmacy Use to Improve Outcomes and Reduce Disparities

Previous research has shown that mail order pharmacy use is associated with improved adherence to cardiometabolic medications, and better LDL-C control in new statin users. In addition, mail order use is more common among white patients and those with higher SES. The purpose of this dissemination and implementation study is to conduct a randomized encouragement trial to test the effectiveness of strategies to encourage mail order pharmacy use in the overall population and among groups at risk for disparities in health outcomes, and to see if increased mail order use results in improved adherence and intermediate CVD risk factor outcomes.

Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie

Funder: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

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