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Democrats regain control of House in mid-terms

Democrats regain control of House in mid-terms

The split also means that repeal of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act and cuts to Medicaid – which provides healthcare to people on low incomes – are also less likely, they suggested. ... Healthcare was top of the agenda in the mid-terms along

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  • Boehringer Ingelheim returns to growth after US turnaround Boehringer Ingelheim returns to growth after US turnaround

    Chief among these were US healthcare reforms, the severe spending cuts that followed and consolidation within the US insurance industry, but the pressure appears to have eased considerably in 2015.

  • For richer or poorer For richer or poorer

    The swathe of job cuts brought a swift conclusion to the historical churn of people moving companies frequently. ... Chris Ross is a freelance writer specialising in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry.

  • Boehringer's sales drop after 'intense and challenging' year Boehringer's sales drop after 'intense and challenging' year

    US operations hit hard by healthcare reforms and insurance consolidation.  . Boehringer Ingelheim's sales fell by 5.3% to 13.3bn last year, driven down by tough operating conditions in the ... US healthcare reforms, the severe spending cuts that

  • A baptism of fire for Europe's new health commissioner A baptism of fire for Europe's new health commissioner

    His new role at the European Commission may however prove one of the toughest of his professional career, given the current ongoing challenges from both the economy and the healthcare sector. ... For pharma, austerity in Europe has meant cuts to the

  • Spanish pharma recovery won't begin until after 2014 Spanish pharma recovery won't begin until after 2014

    The country has already endured years of austerity spending cuts in healthcare, with a direct and significant effect on pharmaceutical revenues. ... Meanwhile, government cuts and privatisation plans have provoked protests by healthcare workers and the

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  • Macron, Merkel and May: implications of the 2017 elections for the life science industry Macron, Merkel and May: implications of the 2017 elections for the life science industry

    Healthcare systems across Europe are feeling the impact of 10 years of austerity budgets, affecting service delivery and leading to downward pressure on medicine pricing. ... However, Macron has promised to maintain planned annual cuts in healthcare

  • Rise of generic medicines in Portugal Rise of generic medicines in Portugal

    Generics have been the cornerstone of a series of government austerity measures to reduce healthcare spending. ... bailout. The “Memorandum of Understanding” stipulated healthcare budget cuts and targets for reduction of the public pharmaceutical

  • Denmark: rising pharma spend amid healthcare cost-containment Denmark: rising pharma spend amid healthcare cost-containment

    Denmark’s historically low rate of pharma spending is rising steadily, despite a focus on wider cuts in healthcare. ... The healthcare market is now showing signs of recovery following the global financial crisis.

  • Revamping the NHS and the challenges for pharma Revamping the NHS and the challenges for pharma

    NHS cuts and doctors' grievances. Trust is potentially the main hurdle to overcome when targeting the new decision makers in England. ... Some GPs fear the economic climate will make commissioning a 'scapegoat' for cuts in healthcare services.

  • Partial privatisation shakes up pharma market in Spain Partial privatisation shakes up pharma market in Spain

    Pharma struggling with unpaid drug bills, price cuts and cost-containment measures amid upheaval of healthcare system. ... Even after successive budget cuts and cost-containment measures, healthcare expenditure in Spain has more than doubled over the

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  • Curb your enthusiasm (if you want to impress)

    Having a larger than life personality may be useful when selling snow to eskimos, but it cuts little ice when selling to healthcare professionals. ... When non-specialist agencies enter the healthcare field they are swept up in the life-and-death drama

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