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Germany Post AMNOG

While emerging markets continue to represent a new channel of demand for pharmaceutical products, manufacturers have quickly realized that significant attention must still be given to more established markets, such as Germany. It’s no longer sufficient to expect that regulatory data from prospective randomized clinical studies alone will be enough to convince payers to provide […]
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AMCP Talk Pricing of Specialty Pharma Spurred by Sovaldi

Starting off this week’s Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) meeting in Boston, experts including patient access advocates, pharma and payer representatives came together for this year’s symposium entitled “Specialty Pharmacy and Patient Care: Are We at a Tipping Point?”
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Managing High-Priced, US Biotech Rxs in Canada

As the “Saga of Sovaldi” continues to unfold in the U.S., and Congress, insurers, providers, and the U.S. Rx manufacturer, Gilead, hurl charges back and forth at each other, it’s pretty clear the situation will only continue to deteriorate. However, as you look north of the American border, it’s striking how Canadian healthcare entities are managing […]
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UK’s Controversial Cancer Fund Boosted — But What’s the Long-Term Plan?

By Leela Barham. The English Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF), set up to provide funding for those products that the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has not recommended for use or where their guidance isn’t yet available, remains controversial. Initially penciled for closure in 2014, it is now planned to run to 2016. […]
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