Share of retail Rx by payer oral solid opioids vs. all drugs Canada 2017

In 2017, public payments accounted for half of all prescriptions made for oral solid opioids in Canada, compared to 55 percent for all Rx drugs. Out-of-pocket payments were responsible for 23 and 20 percent of retail prescriptions, respectively.

Percentage of retail prescriptions for oral solid opioids versus all drugs in Canada in 2017, by payer type

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Sources

Release date

January 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

Includes retail sales in public, private, and out-of-pocket markets.

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