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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
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%

JEFFREY CLODE MD

Internal Medicine

9,548

$512K

460
421 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

18%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

JOHANN BERNARDO MD

Internal Medicine

11,939

$680K

487
383 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

21%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

GREGORY JOHN M.D.

Internal Medicine

12,367

$655K

801
735 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

16%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

DANIEL HIGHKIN MD

Internal Medicine

11,241

$550K

570
501 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

14%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

ANA MIHALCEA MD

Internal Medicine

8,501

$439K

525
465 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

15%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

GREGORY HALLAS M.D.

Internal Medicine

8,115

$406K

379
336 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

16%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

PATRICIA PETERSON MD

Internal Medicine

10,980

$558K

571
454 are 65+

3%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

16%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

LINDA STRONG M.D.

Internal Medicine

13,719

$788K

826
754 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

18%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

GNANARANJITHA PILLAI MD

Internal Medicine

11,509

$609K

553
484 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

20%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

MARCUS KUBOSUMI MD

Internal Medicine

15,251

$777K

734
604 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

17%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

TIMOTHY RODDY MD

Internal Medicine

12,229

$605K

625
545 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

15%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

SANDEEP BAL MD

Internal Medicine

9,506

$527K

591
481 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

17%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

CARL WEBER M.D.

Internal Medicine

9,428

$540K

696
634 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

16%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

J WILLIAMS MD

Internal Medicine

7,361

$448K

476
449 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

17%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

ANITA CHOPRA MD

Internal Medicine

4,208

$221K

502
440 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

18%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

HENRY RETAILLIAU MD

Internal Medicine

10,461

$583K

600
507 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

18%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

MATTHEW MATKO M.D.

Internal Medicine

5,228

$287K

605
499 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

20%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

MARC CORDOVA M.D.

Internal Medicine

9,072

$588K

548
521 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

19%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

PETER BOSAK MD

Internal Medicine

10,301

$601K

653
543 are 65+

2%
patients 65+ receiving antipsychotics

Avg: 1%

18%
prescriptions for brand name drugs

Avg: 19%

Sources

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