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UK government tables bill on medicine pricing reforms

UK government tables bill on medicine pricing reforms

A central objective in the shake-up is to remove disparities between the voluntary Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme (PPRS) and the statutory price control system for branded drugs sold by companies ... in "a fairer outcome for companies in the

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  • UK plans to cut some drug prices by up to 20 per cent UK plans to cut some drug prices by up to 20 per cent

    The Department of Health (DH) launched a consultation on revisions to the statutory scheme to control prices of branded medicine used on the NHS, which includes drugs not priced using the ... This statutory price control scheme was launched in 2008 to

  • Major progress on PPRS

    The ABPI and the Department of Health have unveiled details of an outline deal on the pharmaceutical price regulation scheme. ... The new PPRS is being put forward as a non-contractual scheme, but the DH has launched a consultation on statutory

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