How often is a particular condition managed in the outpatient setting and who is caring for these patients? What are the most frequently prescribed medications and how often are they prescribed? What specialties treat what diseases and what medications do they routinely use? Who receives what medications and for what conditions? Which competing products are commonly used for treatment of specific diseases? CRC Directory of Outpatient Prescribed Medications: Demographics Data Analysis 2003/2004 Edition answers these questions and more. It contains specific information on the most common diseases seen in outpatient practice and the most common medications used to treat them. Based on the latest data collected in the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS) of office-based physicians, the authors distill essential information from the NAMCS and present it in a user-friendly format. They provide a detailed and in-depth look at emerging trends in outpatient medicine in one easy-to-use resource.