“To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men” - Abraham Lincoln Not just the Federal Drug Administration of the United States (USFDA), global concerns are being expressed … Continue reading
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In VUCA World: Changing Dynamics of Prescription Generation Process
The acronym VUCA is often being used to emphasize upon the Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity in various situations. The term has been derived from military vocabulary and is being used since 1990s in the business management parlance. VUCA is also … Continue reading
Buying Physicians’ Prescriptions in Cash or Kind: A Global (Dis)Order?
Recently a European business lobby reportedly raised its voice alleging pharma Multinational Corporations (MNCs) in China have been ‘unfairly targeted’ by a string of investigations into bribery and price-fixing cases despite their generally ‘strong legal compliance’ and has suggested that China … Continue reading
Two Paintings on the Same Canvas: ‘Truth About Drug Companies’ and ‘Protecting Access to Medicines’
As the saying goes, “Great people think alike”, many thought leaders of very high credibility across the globe, seem to think almost in similar lines when it comes to improving access to medicines for a large section of the global … Continue reading