Let's have permanently quicker drug approvals

16 June 2021 - New drugs and vaccines likely to increase life expectancy, quality of life and save money, so we ...

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Shared decision making underpins good health care

17 June 2021 - Shared decision making between service users and health care professionals is an integral part of health care, ...

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ICER publishes protocol for first annual assessment of drug coverage policies that present barriers to fair access

25 May 2021 - ICER’s analysis, based on MMIT’s market access analytics solution, will evaluate how 15 of the largest ...

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Quebec announces intention to implement a biosimilar switching policy

18 May 2021 - Biosimilars Canada today congratulated the Government of Quebec and Minister of Health and Social Services Christian ...

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Sandoz Canada congratulates the Quebec government on implementing a shift towards biosimilars

18 May 2021 - The shift announced by Quebec will follow a similar approach to policies introduced in British Columbia, Alberta ...

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ICER publishes white paper evaluating policy options to strengthen FDA’s accelerated approval pathway for prescription drugs

26 April 2021 - Informed by expert input from patient groups, former regulators, payers, and life science companies, white paper analyses ...

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New Brunswick becomes third province in Canada to implement biosimilar switching policy

21 April 2021 - Biosimilars Canada today congratulated the Government of New Brunswick for implementing a biosimilar "switching" or transitioning ...

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NICE’s five year strategy sets a ‘positive vision for the future’

20 April 2021 - The pharma industry has responded to the NICE new five year strategy, announced yesterday. ...

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PhRMA's three part approach to build a better health care system

13 April 2021 - Our plan is based on three key pillars: ending the pandemic and building a more resilient system, ...

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National cabinet to return to 'war footing' in effort to fix problem-plagued COVID vaccine rollout

13 April 2021 - Prime Minister Scott Morrison has asked the National Cabinet to hold two meetings a week to try ...

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Who goes first? Government leaders and prioritisation of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine

20 January 2021 - The vice president, Senate majority leader, House speaker, surgeon general, and members of Congress were among the ...

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Will COVID-19 vaccines be cost effective—and does it matter?

26 November 2020 - The costs of other pandemic measures mean that covid-19 vaccines will probably turn out to be ...

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How the FDA stood up to the President

20 October 2020 - Dr. Stephen Hahn, the F.D.A. commissioner, occupies a fraught position, caught between pressure from the White House ...

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UCP approves policy to create private health care system in Alberta

18 October 2020 - Alberta’s United Conservative Party has voted to approve a policy that supports creating a “privately funded ...

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Ideas about resourcing health care in the United States: can economic evaluation achieve meaningful use?

29 September 2020 - The United States is one of the few high income countries not to apply economic evaluation routinely ...

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