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About 813 results for "national pharmaceutical pricing policy"

Key meeting: Regulator to finalise drug pricing policy today
The Express Tribune

Pharma industry for reference pricing system

KARACHI: Pharma sector stakeholders discussed the issue of government intervention at the policy board meeting of the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) on Tuesday and favoured a reference pricing system, saying it is transparent and ... DAWN Group, 6 days ago

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Oneindia

Top-selling drugs to get cheaper! NPPA will soon bring 100 new drugs under price control

New Delhi, Nov 15: The drug price regulator National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) will soon bring 100 new drugs under price control. These drugs will include top selling medicines which are prescribed by doctors and sold by pharmacists. ...
 Oneindia1 week ago Top-selling 100 drugs to get cheaper soon  Times of India1 week ago Rejoice, Cos The Top Selling 100 Drugs In India Are Set To Get Cheaper!  Indiatimes1 week ago All life-saving drugs may come under price cap  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Delegation of Powers to National Pharmaceuticals Pricing Authority Stand

The Government has clarified that it had not withdrawn powers delegated to the National Pharmaceuticals Pricing Authority (NPPA) on 30th May 2013, within the framework of the National Pharmaceuticals Pricing Policy (NPPP) 2012 and the Drugs Pricing Control ...
 PIB2 months ago India withdraws policy to cap nonessential pharma prices  Rediff.com2 months ago
Millennium Post

Govt plans to bring all pharma related Depts under one roof

Government is working on bringing various departments and agencies dealing with the pharma sector under a single authority for better co-ordination and effectiveness. "We are working on one proposal to bring all the departments or government ...
 Business Standard India3 days ago Government plans to bring pharma-related departments under one roof  Financial Express2 days ago Government plans to bring all pharma related departments under one roof  Jagran Post3 days ago
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Study Finds Patented Drugs Are a Fraction of Annual "Drugs" Spending Reported by CIHI; Is Pharma Policy in Canada Based on False Assumptions About the Drivers of Health Spending and the Societal Affordability of Pharmaceutical Innovation?

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - November 25, 2014) - New research published by the Canadian Health Policy Institute (CHPI) shows that the costs attributable directly to patented drugs are only a fraction of the "drugs" related spending reported annually ...
 Scottrade1 day ago
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Pharma Letter

Russian government predicts bright prospects to national pharma industry

The Russian pharmaceutical industry is booming, despite the economic recession in the country and devaluation of national currency, caused by sanctions, according to Sergey Tsyb, Russia's Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade. According to Mr ...
 Pharma Letter1 day ago Future of Pharmaceutical Industry - pharma innovation gaps, patent expiry, empty drug pipelines. How pharma industry will transform using biotech  FUTURE1 week ago 4th Annual Pharma Pricing and Reimbursement Forum  Research and Markets3 weeks ago

Generic drug price hikes cause hardships for pharmacies, patients

Pennsylvania pharmacist Robert Frankil testified Nov. 20 at a Senate subcommittee hearing that soaring prices for generic drugs were causing hardships for patients, payers, and community pharmacists. Frankil, of Sellersville Pharmacy , ...
 Drugtopics.com5 days ago Pharmacist Testifies: Generic Drug Price Spikes Wreaking Havoc on Patients, Pharmacists and Health Care Payers  Insurance News Net5 days ago

Public Drug Plans Are Rationing Access to New Drugs for Cost Reasons, but Study Shows That Spending on Innovative Medicines in Canada Is Affordable When Adjusted for Population, Inflation, GDP and Other Healthcare Costs: Can

adian Health Policy Institute TORONTO, ON --(Marketwired - November 26, 2014) - Public drug plans across Canada are rationing access to new drugs for cost reasons. However, a new study published by the Canadian Health Policy Institute (CHPI) ...
 Reuters10 hours ago
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Why China's Stock Market Gets Whipsawed by $1.3 Billion of IPOs

Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) -- So much money is chasing after China's next round of initial public offerings that the nation's $4.3 trillion stock market has become hostage to the fundraising plans of companies seeking just $1.3 billion. As brokers take ...
 La Repubblica1 day ago Why $4 Trillion of China Stocks Are Hostage to a Few IPOs  BusinessWeek1 day ago Why $4 Trillion of Chinese Stocks Are Hostage to a Few IPOs  Washington Post1 day ago
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3 Firms Set To Yield Around 5% In 2015: National Grid plc, Imperial Tobacco Group PLC And BHP Billiton plc

Today I am highlighting three companies ready to deliver smashing dividend returns in 2015. National Grid Electricity transmission play National Grid (LSE: NG) (NYSE: NGG.US) has long been a favourite among dividend hunters, the essential role of ...
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