Market Access

18Jan 2019

Drug prices in the US are the highest in the world, which necessitate new or alternate payment approaches. For instance, the new treatments for hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection are highly effective and very expensive at the same time, at least from the view of many payers, physicians, and patients. Even 5 years after these […]

28May 2018

Traditionally, the pharmaceutical industry has always been dependent upon the ‘push’ strategy for successful market access for products. The drug approval process, involving submission of data on efficacy, safety, and tolerability to the regulatory agencies, used to be simple; which ended with the drug being marketed to the targeted physicians and dispensed by pharmacies post approval. Thus, this whole process involved a limited set of stakeholders, viz. physicians, regulatory agencies, and pharmacies.

03Apr 2018

Traditionally, the pharmaceutical industry has always been dependent upon the ‘push’ strategy for successful market access for products. The drug approval process, involving submission of data on efficacy, safety, and tolerability to the regulatory agencies, used to be simple; which ended with the drug being marketed to the targeted physicians and dispensed by pharmacies post approval. Thus, […]

29Mar 2018

Every country exercises strict control on medicines’ market access. Typically, this requires successful completion and adequate presentation of results from phase I through phase III clinical trials, bringing forward the findings of medicine’s safety and efficacy. The USFDA approves approximately 40 new medicines for the US market each year through this process. (1) In India, […]