Public views on priority setting for High Cost Medications in public hospitals in Australia

Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
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Health Expectations, 2007, 10 (3), pp. 224 - 235
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Objective To gather information about views of members of the general public about access to High Cost Medications (HCMs) in public hospitals. Methods A structured questionnaire was administered to members of the general public. Individuals were approached in train stations, shopping centres and different venues in the Sydney metropolitan area. People were eligible to answer the survey if they were: over 18 years of age, Australian permanent residents and able to complete the questionnaire in English.
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