Cancer Doctors Prescribing Fewer Opioids Since Opioid Crisis What should readers take away from your report?

Response: This study was a retrospective database review, and therefore has several limitations, the most important being that while we are able to show a statistical connection between opioid prescribing changes from 2013-16 vs 2017-19, we cannot determine with certainty the exact cause of this finding.

I have no disclosures related to this study.


Characterizing Opioid Prescribing Trends of Medical Oncologists From 2013 to 2019: Analysis From the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Medicare Part D Prescribers Database

Mark R. Korst, Marco Santos Teles, Hassaam S. Choudhry, Joseph G. Santitoro, Daniel J. Garcia, Sophia Marie T. Schwab, and Joshua A. Kra

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