Tag Archives: transparency

Eight Lessons for Enhancing Compliance Effectiveness in Europe

Andy Bender and Geert van Gansewinkel outline eight lessons for executing a soft change program for enhancing compliance effectiveness within European life sciences organizations. The European compliance and transparency landscape has changed rapidly over the last couple of years. Over and above the challenging compliance landscape, there is additional complexity impacting transparency relating to the […]
Posted in compliance, Europe, Global, Guest Blog | Also tagged , , | Leave a comment

The European Medicine Agency’s Transparency Dilemma

By Peter O’Donnell, Applied Clinical Trials. The European Medicines Agency thought it might at last be back on the road to salvation when Guido Rasi swept into town in 2011 and started ordering greater transparency in the agency’s operations. He was determined to seek a new type of trust with the agency’s various publics—and particularly […]
Posted in Europe, Guest Blog, Op-Ed, Regulatory | Also tagged , , | Leave a comment

European Regulator’s Last Ditch Attempt at Transparency

By Peter O’ Donnell. The European Medicines Agency is determined to minimize opposition to its next moves on releasing clinical trial data. It announced last week yet another consultation on its plans to publish the results of trials — a policy it initially aimed at introducing from the beginning of this year. The latest twist […]
Posted in Europe, Global, Op-Ed, Regulatory | Also tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Medicare Payment Data Raises Questions About Drug Costs

Even though the just-released Medicare data on payments to individual doctors doesn’t provide specifics on prescription drug outlays, it opens the door to sharp scrutiny of Medicare reimbursement for medicines delivered in physician offices. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has released data on payments to some 880,000 health care providers who collectively […]
Posted in healthcare, Legal, pricing, Regulatory | Also tagged , , | Leave a comment

Who's Watching the Drug Watchdogs?

It is nowadays fashionable to question everyone in authority, and there is no shortage of self-appointed watchdogs who aim to make sure that things that happen are happening as they should. The drug industry and drug regulatory authorities have been among the most conspicuous targets of this intense monitoring, on everything from questionable payments to […]
Posted in Europe, Global, Guest Blog, Op-Ed, Regulatory | Also tagged , , , , | 1 Comment
  • Categories

  • Meta