Tag Archives: VBP

UK Postpones Decision on Value-Based Assessment — Again

By Leela Barham. Value-based Pricing (VBP) was first discussed as far back as 2007 by the UK’s consumer authority, the now defunct Office of Fair Trading (OFT).  The general concept of VBP was to set almost provisional prices based on the expected value of new medicines using immature data, with provisions to ‘correct’ the price […]
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Value-Based Assessment in the UK: The Patient View

By Leela Barham. Patients are influential in the UK when it comes to access to medicines: their individual stories are highlighted in the media and the groups that represent them are credited with major policies. For example, the Rarer Cancer Foundation (RCF) has been credited in large part with the introduction of the Cancer Drugs […]
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UK: Is Value Based Assessment the New Value Based Pricing?

NICE and Value Based Assessment: An Update By Leela Barham VBA is the new VBP The initial proposals for Value Based Pricing (VBP) have evolved into something very different.  Now there is focus on Value Based Assessment (VBA), which is really focusing on adding just two factors to the usual methods of assessing new medicines: […]
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UK: The PPRS is Dead, Long Live the PPRS!

By Leela Barham. Long awaited details have been announced in the Heads of Agreement for the latest Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme (PPRS).  It’s worth a read in full (and you can find it here) but some highlights are set out here.
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Big Pharma Welcomes Extension to England's Cancer Drug Fund, Critics Unconvinced

The Cancer Drugs Fund: Extension to 2016 By Leela Barham The Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) in England covers the cost of cancer treatments either when the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has said ‘no’, or hasn’t yet come to a view.  It started with £50 million and is now £200million a year. […]
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