State-Level Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs for the Elderly: A national survey.
American Journal of Public Health
In order to put Pennsylvania's Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract for the Elderly (PACE) Program in a national context, a nationwide mail survey and telephone follow-up to each of the 58 State Unit Directors on Aging in the United States and its territories identified 10 programs. The results reported in this article are specific to the seven state-level pharmaceutical assistance programs which were in operation during the fiscal year 1984-85. In general, the programs varied on select program characteristics and on their efforts to address major policy issues. Data from the non-program states indicated support, legislative efforts, and a high interest in fiscal concerns. The findings reflect a lack of program uniformity and have implications for program development and implementation. Suggestions on how to identify the "optimum" or best combination of program and policy options are discussed.
Berry, Greta L.; Smyer, Michael A.; and Lago, Dan. "State-Level Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs for the Elderly: A national survey.." American Journal of Public Health 78, no. 2 (1988) : 157-160.
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