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Prescriber Checkup » District of Columbia » Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

Top Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program Prescribers in District of Columbia

Top Prescribers

Providers are grouped by the primary specialty they listed when applying for a national health ID number. This doesn’t necessarily mean the person has special training or certification. Specialty is self-reported by providers and may have changed. Patients and claims shown are for Medicare Part D only.

Prescriber Claims Filled Total Cost Medicare Part D Patients Claims for Brand Name Drugs Narcotics Antipsychotics to Patients Over 65 Dangerous Drugs to Seniors Brand Name Drugs Prescription Price
ANTOINE FINIANOS M.D.

Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

13,364

$777K

947
763 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

22%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

PRIYA MATHUR

Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

1,625

$63.1K

219
189 are 65+

N/A

12%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

RANA SIDDABATTUNI

Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

1,369

$59.9K

104
44 are 65+

N/A

19%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

RABIA CHERQAOUI

Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

880

$65.4K

65
36 are 65+

N/A

34%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

JENNEE ROMMEL M.D.

Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

711

$37.5K

80
38 are 65+

N/A

19%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

ANTONINA KOLESNIKOVA MD

Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

620

$120K

82
48 are 65+

N/A

29%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

DORINNA MENDOZA M.D.

Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

443

$21.6K

106
92 are 65+

N/A

11%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

ELENA LUMEZANU

Student in an Organized Health Care Education/Training Program

370

$47K

67
40 are 65+

N/A

27%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Sources

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services; National Technical Information Service; First Databank