Race/Ethnicity, Disability, and Medication Adherence Among Medicare Beneficiaries with Heart Failure
Journal of General Internal Medicine: April 2014
Recent and national data on adherence to heart failure drugs are limited, particularly among the disabled and some small minority groups, such as Native Americans and Hispanics.
We compare medication adherence among Medicare patients with heart failure, by disability status, race/ethnicity, and income.
US Medicare Parts A, B, and D data, 5 % random sample, 2007–2009. Read more