Tag Archives: IMS
By Ben Comer | Published: May 7, 2013
During the Rutgers Business School’s annual healthcare symposium, an FDA official encouraged industry to put its drugs on the reviewing table and be prepared for good news. On a panel titled “Activist FDA: Transformation Agent,” Prevision Policy founder and former Pink Sheet editorial head Cole Werble relayed the tale of Acadia Pharmaceuticals, a San Diego-based [...]
By Ben Comer | Published: July 12, 2012
The IMS Institute’s annual report on global drug spending predicts a slight rebound in developed markets, despite historically low growth rates. In emerging markets, growth continues to be robust, but is it enough to balance the ongoing stagnancy in Europe and the US?
By Oriana Schwindt | Published: April 20, 2010
If you look closely at the thunderclouds hovering over pharma, there is a ray of light peeking through the gloom—IMS’ updated 2009-2014 forecast has come in, and it’s a far cry from the unmitigated doom of recent years. Market growth in 2009 was 7 percent, a vast improvement over 2008’s 4.8 percent, and IMS expects [...]