Higher copayments to reduce adherence?

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Higher copayments and higher pricing signals not only impact on medication adherence but may lead to a rise in rates of discontinuation of some medications, a new study finds - but it's not all bad news. The first of its kind study in Australia comes ahead of the possible, yet to be legislated, increase of

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