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Deprescribing in the context of multiple providers: understanding patient preferences.

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Summary of "Deprescribing in the context of multiple providers: understanding patient preferences."

Deprescribing could reduce the risk of harm from inappropriate medications. We characterized patients' acceptance of deprescribing recommendations from pharmacists, primary care providers (PCPs), and specialists relative to the original prescriber's professional background.

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Name: The American journal of managed care
ISSN: 1936-2692
Pages: 192-198

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