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JP Morgan Healthcare Conference Marked by Uncertainty

2012 J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference Marked by Uncertainty Audrey S. Erbes, Principal, Erbes & Associates, outlines the highlights of this week’s event in San Francisco. One of the few positive notes struck in this week’s 30th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference (held in San Francisco) was the announcement by Kevin Willsey, J.P. Morgan’s co-head of […]
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The Seven-Billion Society: What's In It For Pharma?

On Monday, the world’s population hit the 7 billion mark, repeating a pattern of largely unrestrained growth that has endured for the last century: the world is now adding roughly one billion people every 12 years. The UN Population Fund (UNPF) estimates that, barring some unforeseen demographic or environmental/development shifts, the figure will reach just […]
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So, Where Are We with ACOs?

Tom Norton gets to grips with what an Accountable Care Organization is … and what it is not. Sixteen months into the new Healthcare Reform law, many continue to wonder about the status one of the most confused aspects of the new HCR — the elusive Accountable Care Organization, or ACO. And why are ACOs […]
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Allergan Offers to Pay Journos to Discuss Botox

Physicians aren’t the only ones getting paid to attend industry-sponsored events heavy on product discussions. For $250, “select” journalists can discuss facial aesthetics at an event sponsored by Botox-maker Allergan, on June 9 in New York City. Journalistic ethics can be checked at the door. The emailed invitation to attend Allergan’s Facial Aesthetics Advisory Panel, […]
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Pharma Feels Delayed Effects of Economic Crisis

A new study from the IMS institute for Healthcare Informatics reveals that the spending increase on prescription medication in 2010 was the second-lowest increase in more than half a century. According to the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics, spending on prescription medications increased 2.3 percent in 2010 — a lower increase than the 5.1 percent […]
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