Primary: To capture healthcare resource consumption and work loss in a population of patients with chronic pain who have pain flares from one or more non-cancer conditions.
Secondary: To explore the relationship between anxiety, depression, and pain in this population.
Pizzi, L. T.; Lee, S. P.; Richardson, D.; Cobb, N.; Leas, B.; Toner, R.; Pracilio, V.; Ballas, S. K.; Ashkenazi, A.; Derk, C. T.; Wang, D.; and DeSousa, E., "Resource Utilization Due to Breakthrough Pain in Patients With Chronic Painful Conditions" (2007). College of Population Health Lectures, Presentations, Workshops. Paper 3.