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The top story on HealthEconomics.Com this week examined how the pharmaceutical industry is offering money-back deals in the European Union if a drug doesnt deliver desired outcomes, with some contracts using BOGO: Buy One, Get One free. Extreme austerity budgets and economic fragility are resulting in many new proposals to attain market access for drugs. Many industry insiders note that these contractual arrangements may achieve market access, but will it have negative consequences? Experts note that these deals may undermine the product value proposition in the long-run, resulting in diminished value for the entire therapeutic area. This story is covered more in-depth on HealthEconomics.Com HealthCare Value and Market Access News.
Another top story on HealthEconomics.Com explored the future of health economic research, and questioned its stability in the face of the US Presidential Election. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is currently at risk of being overturned if Romney is elected. However, even if the ACA stands, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) may be dissolved, and there is a limitation on the National Institute of Health preventing the agency from undertaking any economic research. Read the news summary on HealthEconomics.Com to learn more.
Another top story on HealthEconomics.Com shares a series of presentations on Health Reform in the United States: Better Health, Better Care, Lower Cost, and provides commentary from Susan Dentzer, Editor-in-Chief of Health Affairs. These presentations examine the impact of health reform on patient outcomes, the containment of healthcare costs, and explores future issues in the healthcare value and health information technology arena.
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