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This page shows the latest health spending news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Election 2019: Labour tops Tory pledge on NHS spending

Election 2019: Labour tops Tory pledge on NHS spending

According to the Labour front bench, this will be the biggest boost to health spending since Labour was last in power from 1997 to 2010. ... The Conservatives have  promised to increase the health budget by £33.9bn by 2023-24, including a £1.8bn pot

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  • £1 billion cuts to public health must be reversed, say charities £1 billion cuts to public health must be reversed, say charities

    spending, which they say is already have dire consequences for the country’s long-term health. ... Delay to Spending Review. The reductions in public health spending reflect sustained cuts to spending across public services, but in a Westminster

  • Great Expectations Great Expectations

    Sometimes these are decisions about health insurance, sometimes these are decisions about health diagnoses or about health treatments and sometimes these are decisions about health spending or saving. ... Different patients can have very different

  • Storm Chasers Storm Chasers

    Of course, you all see the healthcare corollaries. Do doctors and public health officials know that spending too much time focusing on the threat (ie the disease) and not enough time ... Rohit Khanna is the Managing Director of Catalytic Health, a

  • Credit Score Credit Score

    When people are ill and facing gut-wrenching decisions, the last thing they need is to think about catastrophic health spending for decades to come and the demonstration of financial solvency. ... Rohit Khanna is the Managing Director of Catalytic Health,

  • Beneluxa: the future of European market access? Beneluxa: the future of European market access?

    However there is one specialist area in which there is unquestionably a growing appetite for European greater collaboration: health technology assessment of innovative medicines. ... This goes for member states, who have always said their health spending

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  • The impact of COVID-19 on clinical trials The impact of COVID-19 on clinical trials

    Similar delays can be expected in Europe where many regulators have indicated that non-COVID-19 therapies must be a lower priority during the health crisis. ... In addition, shifting priorities in health spending may decrease payers’ willingness to

  • Risks, reforms and rewards: the evolving Russian healthcare market Risks, reforms and rewards: the evolving Russian healthcare market

    The increased spending had a positive impact on health metrics. By 2009, for example, life expectancy had nearly recovered to its 1990 level. ... Growth was driven by the private sector, with public spending on pharmaceuticals remaining flat.

  • The UK’s new medicines pricing deal – opportunities and risks for pharma The UK’s new medicines pricing deal – opportunities and risks for pharma

    over time to health gain relative to expenditure on new medicines across the NHS”. ... The 2019 VPAS includes the proviso that future changes to NICE methods and processes need to be ‘consistent with improving the health gain achieved by spending on

  • In conversation with Pfizer’s Erik Nordkamp In conversation with Pfizer’s Erik Nordkamp

    Health spending in Belgium and Germany is around 10.4% and 11.1% of GDP respectively, which is higher than the EU average of 9.9% and the UK average of ... Since 2009, per capita spending on public health has been cut by nearly a third, thousands of

  • Bluebird Bio: on the cusp of a gene therapy revolution Bluebird Bio: on the cusp of a gene therapy revolution

    In particular, it has looked to help small- to medium-sized companies and, eye-catchingly, also involves early dialogue with Europe’s payers and health technology assessment bodies. ... The important thing is that management doesn’t ignore the

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  • Louise Tamblin returns to Kantar Health as group director Louise Tamblin returns to Kantar Health as group director

    Moves from Strata Research. Louise Tamblin has re-joined Kantar Health as group director after spending nearly two years as head of research at Strata Research. ... Prior to her time at Strata, Tamblin spent eight years at Kantar Health and TNS

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  • What is changing in mental health and dementia care?

    together with antenatal care, birth facilities, postnatal care, specialist services and health visiting. ... spending. Children and young people's mental health services are being expanded under the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health, FYFVMH.

  • A new vision for tackling key illnesses

    Introduction. The Long-term Plan furthers the NHS Five Year Forward View’s focus on cancer, mental health, diabetes, multimorbidity and healthy ageing. ... faster than both overall NHS funding and total mental health spending.

  • Havas Lynx shines a spotlight on carers

    2. In the UK, the value of care provided by unpaid caregivers is £132 billion, the value of public health spending in the UK is £134 billion. ... Svettini et al. (2015) J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 22: 472–83. Carers UK (2015)   (Accessed April

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