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JMA Chief Pushes September 2019 Drug Price Announcement for Ad-Hoc Revision

December 27, 2018
The government should announce new NHI drug prices for its October 2019 ad-hoc re-pricing in early September, instead of March as widely rumored in the industry, Yoshitake Yokokura, president of the Japan Medical Association (JMA), said on December 26. “One…

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