Opposition grows to prescription drug data-gathering

05/4/2006 | NYTimes.com

There is growing opposition to the use of computerized dossiers showing which physicians are prescribing which drugs. The data could allow pharmaceutical salespeople to pressure individual health care providers to prescribe certain drugs, and in addition to opposition from physicians, states have introduced several bills to clamp down on the practice.

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