Fertile ground for cross-border cooperation Even with pan-European EMA approval, pricing is still a country-level issue, with national governments, regional or local stakeholders and pharmaceutical companies being responsible for engaging in price formalities such as negotiations on a bilateral basis. But the landscape in Europe is beginning to show signs of change in how pricing … More Taking stock: European cross-border cooperation on medicines’ value-assessment, and Pricing & Reimbursement negotiations
Biosimilar launches of antineoplastic monoclonal antibodies represent a milestone in oncological care but also a new chapter in the application of biosimilars; introducing more prescribers, payers and stakeholders to the biological copies. Rituximab biosimilars came to the European market in 2017, while trastuzumab biosimilars have been keenly awaited since, and were first launched in the … More Biosimilars in Oncology: Trastuzumab is taking off
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One of the advantages of working in a global consultancy and technology solutions firm such as Global Pricing Innovations (GPI), which specializes in pharmaceutical pricing, is the wide exposure one receives to the many different challenges across disease areas, companies, and geographies. This forces us all at GPI to keep on our toes and gives … More What will shape the global pharmaceutical pricing environment in 2018?
Canada’s plan to revise reference basket In a bid to reduce medicine prices in Canada, the Canadian Minister of Health announced the revision of the reference basket for international reference pricing (IRP). Medicines prices in Canada are regulated by the federal government, through the PMPRB (Patented Medicine Prices Review Board). The current reference rule used … More International Reference Pricing Reforms
With the largest population in the Middle East and North Africa region, Egypt has attracted a strong presence from multinational pharmaceutical companies. However, current turmoil over drug shortages and drug price hikes underscores the volatility of a market characterised by high out-of-pocket spending. Amid the economic instability that followed the 2011 Arab Spring, President Abdel-Fattah … More Egypt: Drug Price Hikes Highlight Market Volatility