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White House unveils plans to reimport medicines from Canada

White House unveils plans to reimport medicines from Canada

The idea has always been staunchly opposed by previous Presidents, health secretaries and FDA commissioners, ostensibly on safety grounds, but the White House has broken with this orthodoxy in order to ... They are all setting out their own plans for

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  • The NHS at 70: celebrations, renewed reforms and difficult choices The NHS at 70: celebrations, renewed reforms and difficult choices

    Health service remains popular with public, but faces daunting need for radical change. ... He added that serious reforms are however needed for the “struggling and outdated” health system, including an end to the referral model of primary to

  • Daily Brief Daily Brief

    Cohen $1.2m to advise it on possible health reforms. ... The government unveiled plans to improve children's mental healthcare in England in December, including limiting waiting time to four weeks and providing children with access to mental health

  • France health reforms draw opposition from doctors France health reforms draw opposition from doctors

    Doctors claim the changes will leave them out of pocket. France's parliament has voted in wide-ranging reforms aimed at improving public health and cutting public spending on health services. ... The SML's president Éric Henry has called for withdrawal

  • US pharma market to reach $550bn by 2020 US pharma market to reach $550bn by 2020

    Health reforms and the new FDA initiatives among the factors that will help it grow.  . ... Joshua Owide, GlobalData's director of healthcare industry dynamics, explained that the PPACA and its amendment, the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act

  • Dawn of the new world Dawn of the new world

    By and large providers have been left untouched by the reforms, which focused on commissioning side reform. ... It will have hardly escaped your attention that the reforms to health and social care have proven to be noisy and controversial.

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  • Happy 70th birthday NHS: the next 70 need to be very different Happy 70th birthday NHS: the next 70 need to be very different

    He added that serious reforms are however needed for the “struggling and outdated” health system, including an end to the referral model of primary to secondary care, tackling social issues that ... lead to poor health such as poverty, and upgrading

  • US health reforms US health reforms

    As the largest pharmacy benefit manager in the US, Express Scripts is at the forefront of negotiating bulk-purchasing contracts for health insurance plans. ... Such volatility never serves as an environment healthy for commerce or innovation, according

  • Turkey: A growing pharma market with huge potential Turkey: A growing pharma market with huge potential

    Nevertheless, this positive development in health indicators led to a significant increase in the public spending. ... The health reforms of the Turkish government has brought numerous positive developments to the healthcare sector.

  • NICE and ‘ultra orphans’ NICE and ‘ultra orphans’

    Social Care Act, which ushered in the biggest set of health reforms in the country since the National Health Service was set up more than 60 years ago, continued to be ... Impact of the disease on carers' quality of life . Overall magnitude of health

  • How Russian lifestyles are affecting the nation's healthcare How Russian lifestyles are affecting the nation's healthcare

    Weighty issues. Obesity is a health problem in Russia, as it is around the world. ... Are the health reforms working? The Russian government is taking aggressive steps toward promoting healthier living through its recent and upcoming restrictions on

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  • Getting to grips with Russia’s healthcare market

    All citizens are entitled to free basic healthcare services under the national insurance program, known as compulsory health insurance. ... Alongside the potential Russian ‘Health 2020’ reforms and other proposed changes to the reimbursement system,

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