avoiding high-risk meds in the elderly

You'll hear more about avoiding high-risk meds in the elderly.

Avoiding these meds in patients 65 and older is a "quality measure" that insurers...such as Medicare Part D...are rated on.

That's because elderly patients are more prone to problems with certain meds. They're more sensitive to drug effects and don't eliminate meds as fast as younger patients.

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