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The evidence on clinical and cost effectiveness of shorter versus longer prescriptions for people with stable chronic conditions treated in primary care has been assessed in a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Technology Assessment (HTA).1 The study consisted of three elements:
a systematic review comparing 28-day prescriptions with longer prescriptions, assessing relevant clinical outcomes, adherence, costs and cost-effectiveness;
a cost analysis of relative medication wastage with prescriptions shorter and longer than 60 days; and
a decision model …