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Why Top-Tier Recruiters Must Embrace Their Creative Side

By Philip Carrigan January 31, 2019
With a cursory glance, recruitment is easily defined. We’re here to help place candidates into the vacancies our clients need to fill. Armed with a pen and paper, you could even map out the process. • We study the market…

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By Philip Carrigan

As the year 2022 draws to a close, what are managers thinking at the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies and medical device companies? We surveyed 86 managers at these companies to find out what’s on their minds.For many managers, a common…

By Yoshinori Sagehashi

Debates on the planned FY2023 off-year drug price revision are now entering the final stretch. Healthcare providers and payers have made their conflicting positions clear on the scope of products to be covered by the re-pricing, while the pharma industry…

A Japanese reimbursement policy panel on November 16 saw a continued scuffle between members representing healthcare providers and payers over…

Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting proposed three drug pricing schemes designed to trigger the consolidation of generic makers on October 27, offering…

Authorized generic (AG) strategies taken by innovative drug makers might help soften the impact of generic competition in their businesses but such tactics might also accelerate the application of “G1”/“G2” price cuts for their off-patent brand-name medicines, a Jiho tally…

Japan’s health ministry announced new NHI prices to be applied in April under the FY2022 drug price revision in the official gazette on March 4, with the earlier application of so-called “G1” price cuts to be implemented for the first…