Several important facets of health care often arrest general attention. These are also widely discussed, analyzed and argued vehemently – with each person or group trying to justify one’s own point of view. Among these, following 6 critical areas, broadly … Continue reading
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An Evolving Paradigm of ‘Price-Value Model’ Of Pharma Value Delivery System
May 4, 2016 edition of the ‘MIT Technology Review’ published an interesting article carrying the headline, “The World’s Most Expensive Medicine Is a Bust”. The obvious question that floats at the top of mind: What is this most expensive drug … Continue reading
Cancer Cure: Inching Towards The ‘Holy Grail’?
In a Press Conference on August 20, 2015, the 39th President of the United States, now 90-year-old Jimmy Carter, revealed (video) that during a liver surgery earlier this month the doctors diagnosed that he has cancer. The type of cancer that he … Continue reading
Pharma & Healthcare: Where The Healers Turn Looters?
Two news reports of the last week, though no longer shocking, made me think exactly the same way as the headline of this article epitomizes. These reports are not just two isolated instances, but an integral part of a similar … Continue reading
“Meeting Unmet Needs of Patients”: A New Direction
The much-hyped phrase of the global pharma majors – ‘meeting unmet needs of patients’, is very often used to create an aura around newer patented drugs of all kinds, from original to banal, including evergreen varieties such as: Evergreen Drug/Brand … Continue reading