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The Naked Truth About Outcomes-Based Pricing

Ross Davies, (May 22, 2018)

Hype around outcomes-based contracts has been doing the rounds for some time now, but is pharma delivering the goods?
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Japan’s Perilous New Pricing Policy

Ross Davies, (Apr 13, 2018)

The introduction of a new drug pricing reform in Japan has pharma up in arms. Are their fears justified?
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Digital Health Tools Are No Fad

Adam Chapman, (Mar 14, 2018)

Data generating devices may seem gimmicky, but they are poised to transform healthcare
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Overcoming The Access Hurdle

Adam Chapman, (Mar 6, 2018)

If pharma is to keep whizzing ahead, it needs to rethink its approach to market access
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Could EHRs Boost Clinical Trial Recruitment?

Ross Davies, (Mar 6, 2018)

Patient recruitment for clinical trials is commonly accepted to be a herculean task. A new platform could make the process a lot quicker and easier – and, crucially, not at the expense of data privacy
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Raising The Curtain On Real-World Evidence

Danielle Barron, (Feb 13, 2018)

RWE continues to animate expectations far and wide, but its success calls for level-headed pragmatism
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Bridging The Evidence Gap

Danielle Barron, (Jan 15, 2018)

AstraZeneca's Head of Real World Evidence shares the story behind AZ's seminal RWE study and casts his projections on the future
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Out With The OId, In With The New

Danielle Barron, (Jan 12, 2018)

Pharma must seek alternative pricing models if it is to become a greater dynamic force
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It's Not You, It's Me

Danielle Barron, (Jan 8, 2018)

Despite its ups and downs, the relationship between pharma and payers is stronger than ever
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The 5 conditions you need to deploy blockchain technology

Andy Robertson, (Jan 6, 2018)

Richie Etwaru, Chief Digital Officer at IQVIA explaining the 5 conditions you need in order to deploy blockchain.

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