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ISPOR PUBLISHES NEW GLOBAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS ROAD MAP FOR DENMARK PHARMACEUTICALS

Princeton, NJ—January 5, 2016—The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) announced today that it has published a new Global Health Care Systems Road Map—Denmark Pharmaceuticals. 

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COST OF DIABETES MELLITUS – IS EARLY DIAGNOSIS A SAVIOR?

Accra, Ghana – The number of diabetes cases and the associated health care budget has been increasing worldwide. It has thus become a growing public health burden for patients, health care providers, and society. The cost of diabetes study has

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GENERATING EQ-5D-5L HEALTH STATE VALUES IN THE UAE

Abu Dhabi, UAE – Evidence on the health-related quality of life of patients is increasingly being requested by payers in the Middle East. Yet, no EQ-5D-5L value sets are currently available to inform decision making in the region’s health care

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DECONSTRUCTING PHARMACEUTICAL TENDERING: UNDERSTANDING THE UNDERLYING ELEMENTS

Latsia, Cyprus – Tendering is an aggressive pricing and reimbursement tool with proven potency in the pharmaceutical sector.  The pharmaceutical sector is exhibiting high annual sales-increase rates; therefore, the need for optimized, potent, and sustainable pricing and reimbursement tools is

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IS PAYERS’ DATABASE SUITABLE FOR CANCER SERVICE EVALUATION?

Budapest, Hungary – Malignant diseases represent a high burden for societies in Central and Eastern European countries. The data routinely collected in the database of the Hungarian National Health Insurance Fund can be used to assess some quality indicators related

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