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2014: End of the Road for the American Rx Salesperson?

2014: End of the Road for the American Rx Salesperson? “The only thing you’ve got in this world is what you can sell.” Willy Loman Death of a Salesman During my years with two major U.S. pharmaceutical companies, some of the most interesting individuals I got to know were field salespersons.  Certainly one of my […]
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Budget Options Will Reshape Healthcare

While the struggle continues in 2014 to provide effective and affordable coverage, administration and Congressional leaders will weigh a host of spending options important to coverage and delivery. Federal outlays for healthcare and health-related federal tax benefits exceed $1 trillion a year, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). These and related spending on discretionary […]
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Obamacare and U.S. Pharma: Two Months In

U.S. Pharma in the Eye of the Obamacare Storm So, we’ve experienced two months of Obamacare.  How is the U.S. pharmaceutical industry doing with this new program?  I spent two weeks getting the opinions of several Rx representatives on their experience with Obamacare, as well as their thoughts on how it is impacting their marketing, […]
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Medicare “Wasting Billions of Dollars”, Says Study

Waste to Taxpayers detected in Medicare Part D Plan, Poorer people are being prescribed more expensive branded drugs. Is that bad? According to a new investigation it is.  And it is costing the taxpayers a shovel-load of money.  And furthermore,  it’s unnecessary. The failure of the government to track doctors who prescribe cheaper generics for […]
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Single Payer Issue Will Rise Again

The future of healthcare centers on scale, population health and the value of care rather than the volume of care, according to thought leaders speaking at a leadership briefing in November in Akron, Ohio. But the political atmosphere also adds layers of complexity, they say. In order for health systems to thrive, they need to […]
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