FDA's Gottlieb 'extremely worried' on CAR-T reimbursement

24 October 2018 - FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb stressed the need for reform on the reimbursement side of medicine, calling it ...

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Digital technology could revolutionise drug reimbursement in Spain

8 October 2018 - Digital technology could play a major role in creating a system that reimburses medicines based on ...

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European Medicines Agency - Payer Community meeting

9 October 2017 - The EMA and European Union health care payers met on 19 September 2017 to explore synergies and ...

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Registration and reimbursement of new cancer medicines in Australia

7 June 2016 - This letter to the Editor of Value in Health Regional Issues for Asia responds to a ...

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The virtues and vices of single-payer health care in the US

13 April 2016 - The 2016 U.S. presidential campaign has produced many surprises. One unexpected turn is the reemergence of single-payer ...

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Cancer drugs fund 'is not sustainable' after exceeding its budget by 50% to help 74,000 patients receive life-saving treatments not approved by NHS watchdog

17 September 2015 - A fund set up by the Government to pay for potentially life-saving drugs that have yet to ...

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Health system ‘won’t fund’ dad’s $2,000 a week cancer treatment, despite free heart transplant

17 September 2015 - Vincert Keppler survived a heart transplant he received for free but now he has a rare cancer ...

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NICE proposes further research for Dupuytren’s contracture treatment

16 September 2015 - NICE has today confirmed its previous final draft guidance not to recommend collagenase clostridium histolyticum (Xiapex, Swedish ...

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Rare disorders process yields first funding decision

15 September 2015 - People with the rare blood condition hereditary angioedema are the first to benefit from the increased competition ...

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PHARMAC request for proposals – supply of progestagen-only long-acting intrauterine systems

11 September 2015 - PHARMAC invites proposals for the supply of progestogen-only long-acting intrauterine systems in New Zealand. ...

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CADTH calls for patient input

26 August 2015 - CADTH has received notice of a pending submission from ApoPharma for deferiprone (Ferriprox) for patients with transfusional ...

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NICE green light for Sankyo's bloodthinner Lixiana

25 August 2015 - The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has issued a final recommendation for Sankyo’s blood thinner ...

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Final NICE green light for Takeda's Entyvio

26 August 2015 - Crohn’s disease patients can now get routine access to treatment with Takeda’s biologic Entyvio on the National ...

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Changes to growth hormone and botulinum toxin s100 programs

26 August 2015 - Updated frequently asked questions have been prepared that provide further detail on the 1 September 2015 changes ...

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Meet the health crusader saving lives with cheap drugs

20 August 2015 - A Tasmanian man with hepatitis C is taking on a global pharmaceutical company for what he says ...

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