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Prescriber Checkup » New Hampshire » Pain Medicine

Top Pain Medicine Prescribers in New Hampshire

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 Schedule Two Schedule Three Dangerous Drugs to Seniors Brand Name Drugs Prescription Price
JOSHUA GREENSPAN M.D.

Pain Medicine

4,135

$549K

280
61 are 65+

70%
patients receiving schedule two controlled substances

23%
patients receiving schedule three controlled substances

2%
prescriptions for patients 65+ for potentially dangerous drugs

31%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

$133
Average prescription price

JEFFREY NORTON M.D.

Pain Medicine

908

$79.7K

160
84 are 65+

24%
patients receiving schedule two controlled substances

16%
patients receiving schedule three controlled substances

0%
prescriptions for patients 65+ for potentially dangerous drugs

24%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

$88
Average prescription price

STEPHEN LORDON M.D.

Pain Medicine

666

$81.3K

149
68 are 65+

75%
patients receiving schedule two controlled substances

19%
patients receiving schedule three controlled substances

0%
prescriptions for patients 65+ for potentially dangerous drugs

25%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

$122
Average prescription price

TERRENCE MCNAMARA DO

Pain Medicine

573

$34.8K

118
80 are 65+

18%
patients receiving schedule two controlled substances

12%
patients receiving schedule three controlled substances

0%
prescriptions for patients 65+ for potentially dangerous drugs

27%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

$61
Average prescription price

DANIEL GRAUBERT M.D.

Pain Medicine

127

$30.8K

21
0 are 65+

0%
patients receiving schedule two controlled substances

0%
patients receiving schedule three controlled substances

0%
prescriptions for patients 65+ for potentially dangerous drugs

74%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

$242
Average prescription price

Sources

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