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Prescriber Checkup

Prescriber Checkup » Washington » Internal Medicine

Top Internal Medicine Prescribers in Washington

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
MITCHELL KARTON MD

Internal Medicine

3,173

$260K

224
200 are 65+

N/A

27%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

SIMONA MARIE MD

Internal Medicine

1,191

$96.5K

130
111 are 65+

N/A

28%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

RUTH FREEMAN M.D.

Internal Medicine

2,091

$169K

158
114 are 65+

N/A

17%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

ALLEN GELTZER M.D.

Internal Medicine

3,891

$314K

364
349 are 65+

N/A

22%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

DOMINICK TOULOUSE MD

Internal Medicine

8,051

$646K

443
417 are 65+

N/A

23%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

WALLACE HODGES

Internal Medicine

8,731

$700K

302
189 are 65+

N/A

17%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

VICTORIA ROUILLARD MD

Internal Medicine

1,874

$150K

119
108 are 65+

N/A

25%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

DOUGLAS HOM M.D.

Internal Medicine

5,339

$424K

142
125 are 65+

12%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

31%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

DEBORAH MEYERS MD

Internal Medicine

1,565

$124K

186
157 are 65+

N/A

21%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

SETH FRANKLIN MD

Internal Medicine

4,895

$388K

248
228 are 65+

N/A

25%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

J SWIFT MD

Internal Medicine

2,210

$175K

96
84 are 65+

N/A

24%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

KINGMAN HO MD

Internal Medicine

8,593

$680K

367
341 are 65+

4%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

20%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

EDWARD JANSEN M.D.

Internal Medicine

4,226

$334K

253
230 are 65+

N/A

26%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

EMAD ABU-KHIERAN MD

Internal Medicine

8,768

$692K

437
369 are 65+

4%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

20%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

DEBBIEREY BONGAR MD

Internal Medicine

1,989

$155K

164
89 are 65+

N/A

24%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

JOHN VERRILLI MD

Internal Medicine

1,574

$122K

194
171 are 65+

N/A

28%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

LEROY BYRD MD

Internal Medicine

6,077

$470K

264
232 are 65+

N/A

24%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

NICHOLAS CARULLI MD

Internal Medicine

3,921

$302K

185
156 are 65+

N/A

27%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

OSMAN CARRIM M.D.

Internal Medicine

3,276

$253K

132
119 are 65+

N/A

26%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

RICHARD KIRKPATRICK M.D.

Internal Medicine

20,044

$1.54M

874
662 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

30%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

STANLEY LING MD

Internal Medicine

8,384

$644K

367
299 are 65+

5%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

26%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

ANTHONY FRITZ M.D.

Internal Medicine

5,494

$420K

205
193 are 65+

7%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

25%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

MICHAEL STEELE M.D.

Internal Medicine

5,681

$434K

351
263 are 65+

N/A

19%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

JACK LONG MD

Internal Medicine

3,969

$302K

150
99 are 65+

N/A

31%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

RANDI LEGGETT MD

Internal Medicine

4,181

$318K

315
315 are 65+

7%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

23%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

Sources

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