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Issues in the Design and Implementation of Drug Formularies and Therapeutic Classes

Publication Date
Aug 31, 2005

Presented by: National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at The University of Chicago

Submitted to: Steve Sheingold

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE)

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


Executive Summary (in PDF Format)

Staff Working on This Project:
The Norc-Georgetown Project team


  • Katie Merrell, Co-Project Director
  • Elizabeth Hargrave, Project Manager
  • Nicole Brunda
  • Sreelata Kintala
  • Michael Wittie

Georgetown University

  • Jack Hoadley, Co-Project Director
  • Harriet Komisar
  • Ellen O’Brien
  • Andrea Kastin
  • Lauren Klugherz


  • Cathy Harrington
  • Robert Rubin