|Title:||NCPA Poll: Medication Adherence in America: A National Report Card [USMISC2013-NCPA]|
|Survey Sponsor:||National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA)|
|Survey Firm:||Langer Research Associates|
|Study Date:||February 20-March 10, 2013|
|Sample:||Adults 40 or older with ongoing, long-term medical conditions for which they have been prescribed one or more medications|
|Survey Notes:||Sampling, data collection and tabulation were conducted by Social Science Research Solutions of Media, PA.|
Long-term medical conditions (1); prescribed ongoing medications (1); first time prescribed medication (1); location of medications (1); type of pharmacy used (1); automatic refills (1); prescription changes in past twelve months (17); reasons for stopping medications (11); personal health rating (1); ever been diagnosed with various conditions (6); frequency of seeing health care providers (1); familiarity with care providers (1); seeing the same care provider (1); familiarity More...
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National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA). NCPA Poll: Medication Adherence in America: A National Report Card, Feb, 2013 [dataset]. USMISC2013-NCPA, Version 2. Langer Research Associates [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Aug-24-2019.
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