Author Archives: Guest Blogger

Stop Paying Lip Service to Patient-Centricity

by Michael Edwards Pharma has operated the same way for 100 years, but the US healthcare model has changed completely in the last 30 years, for payers, pharmacists, hospitals, and even at the clinician level. These changes necessitate pharma – a traditionally stagnant partner – to change now or further risk having its stubbornness result […]
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Pricing and Reimbursement in Europe: Where Does Innovation Fit?

By Leela Barham. It was recently said, in reference to the UK’s Value-Based Assessment(VBA) program, that innovation had not been “tried and tested in the pricing context”, which explains the loss of the “innovation” criteria from the proposals formerly known as Value-Based Pricing (VBP). This prompted me to think about just how has innovation been […]
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UK: Lord Saatchi's Innovation Bill Divides Healthcare Community

By Leela Barham. Few would argue with the desirability of innovation — something new, something that delivers value. And innovation in pharmaceuticals is a range from a more convenient way for patients to take a medicine, to treating a disease that couldn’t be treated before. Pretty much everyone will agree that not only do they […]
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Online Patient Library Set for European Launch

By Philip Ward. The new Internet Library from the European Patients’ Academy (EUPATI) will come online towards the end of 2015, and will be available in seven European languages (English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Polish and Russian), project director Jan Geissler revealed at last week’s workshop held in Warsaw, Poland, and organized by EUPATI.
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Clinical Trials in the Digital Age

In 1995, there were 16 million internet users — or 0.4% of the world’s population. In just 17 years, this figure has grown to 2.4 billion and 34.3% adoption. At the current rate, each year, the penetration percentage sees a 2–4% growth. Many services, such as banking, have moved towards online service models, shutting down branch […]
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