Protecting the pharmaceutical supply chain

Mobi Health News

Governments, industry and regulators worldwide are trying to make the pharmaceutical supply chain more bullet-proof and the use of blockchain based track and trace technology has been hailed as a possible solution.

New Pharmaceuticals For 2020 and Beyond

Electronic Health Reporter

From rheumatoid arthritis to HIV, the pharmaceutical industry is well on its way to making this a banner year for new drug implementation. The article New Pharmaceuticals For 2020 and Beyond appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. Here are just a few exciting breakthroughs for big pharma in 2020. […].

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Pimping the pharmaceutical supply chain

Mobi Health News

Governments, industry and regulators worldwide are trying to make the pharmaceutical supply chain more bullet-proof and the use of blockchain based track and trace technology has been hailed as a possible solution.

How Pharmaceutical Companies Can Take Advantage of the EHR Revolution

Electronic Health Reporter

The article How Pharmaceutical Companies Can Take Advantage of the EHR Revolution appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial electronic health records formularies are standardized PharmaceuticalThis content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

Teva Pharmaceuticals releases its prescription ProAir Digihaler in the US

Mobi Health News

The connected inhaler's launch will be followed by Teva's other Digihaler products before the end of the year

Teva Pharmaceutical's AirDuo Digihaler gets FDA green light

Mobi Health News

The technology has a built-in sensor that can send usage data to a corresponding smartphone app.

New Tech Tonics Podcast Episode: Sean Khozin: Attuned To Data Science

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The Racial Divide Due to COVID-19 Also Applies to Healthcare and Pharma Costs

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Harnessing Innovation to Serve and Create Value for Patients

Electronic Health Reporter

By Georgia Mitsi, PhD, MBA, senior director and head of digital healthcare initiatives, Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. Editorial Georgia Mitsi improving patient care Sunovion PharmaceuticalsThis content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

AHIP18: How Intermountain plans to fight pharmaceutical monopolies as a generic drugmaker

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After watching Martin Shkreli raise the price of a drug by more than 550% in 2015, Intermountain's Dan Liljenquist had the same thought as the rest of America: Is this really happening? So the system decided to create a nonprofit generic drug company that Liljenquist calls a “first-of-its-kind societal asset

Wasted: $1 of Every $4 Spent on Health Care In America

Health Populi

Pricing failure, the second big waste factor, is predominantly challenged by pharmaceutical/prescription drug pricing based on this research. A study in JAMA published this week analyzed research reports that have measured waste in the U.S.

Health industry responds to European Innovation Partnership proposal

Mobi Health News

Industry leaders across medtech and pharmaceutical sectors applaud proposal for its forward thinking

On Amazon Prime Day, What Could Health Care Look Like?

Health Populi

Today is July 15, and my email in-box is flooded with all flavors of Amazon Prime’d stories in newsletters and product info from ecommerce sites — even those outside of Amazon from beauty retailers, electronics channels, and grocery stores.

Health Care and Consumers in 2030: A Profile from KPMG

Health Populi

A “one layered delivery network through which patients can move seamlessly as they age and their needs evolve” will be the new health care platform to meet patients’ demands by 2030, according to a forecast from KPMG’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Institute.

Americans Across Political Party Worry About Prescription Drug Prices – Especially to Deal with COVID-19

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Listen Up, Healthcare: Hear The Patient’s Voice!

Health Populi

Consider the voice of a patient before the advent of the Internet in the digital 1.0 world, and then the proliferation of social networks in v 2.0.

How COVID-19 Has Re-Shaped Health Care Delivery So Far

Health Populi

COVID-19 is re-shaping health care in America across many dimensions. In Shifts in Healthcare Demand, Delivery and Care During the COVID-19 Era , IQVIA presents a multi-faceted profile of the early impacts of the pandemic on U.S. health care.

Americans’ Concerns About the US Healthcare System Loom Larger Than Worries About Their Own Care

Health Populi

The coronavirus pandemic has further opened the kimono of the U.S. healthcare system to Americans: four months into the COVID-19 outbreak, most consumers (62%) of people in the U.S. are more concerned about other people not having access to high quality health care versus themselves.

Patients Growing Health Consumer Muscles Expect Digital Services

Health Populi

Patients’ experiences with the health care industry fall short of their interactions with other industries — namely online retail, online banking and online travel, a new survey from Cedar, a payments company, learned. Survata conducted the study for Cedar among 1,607 online U.S.

The New Drug Companies Aren’t Drug Companies At All

Health Populi

In May this year, Civica Rx signed an agreement with Xellia Pharmaceuticals to supply essential antibiotics to Civica’s member health systems. The health/care ecosystem continues to morph as the stakeholder groups themselves are blurring across and outside of their core businesses.

Health Care In the COVID-19 Era – PwC Finds Self-Rationing of Care and Meds Especially for Chronic Care

Health Populi

Patients in the U.S. are self-rationing care in the era of COVID-19 by cutting spending on health care visits and prescription drugs.

Most Americans Blame Drug Companies, Insurers, and Hospitals for High Health Care Costs

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Will Consumers Cross the Cost-and-Trust Chasm Between Prescription Drugs and Hospitals?

Health Populi

patients’ negative views of the pharmaceutical industry in this study was the opioid epidemic. People in the U.S.

Despite Greater Digital Health Engagement, Americans Have Worse Health and Financial Outcomes Than Other Nations’ Health Citizens

Health Populi

The idea of health care consumerism isn’t just an American discussion, Deloitte points out in its 2019 global survey of healthcare consumers report, A consumer-centered future of health.

A Matter of Trust, Perception, Risk, and Uncertainty – The Big Issues Raised by the Acquisition of PatientsLikeMe and Other Patient Data Transactions

Health Populi

And PLM did business deals with large pharmaceutical companies who wanted the data to advance their research and development efforts – that’s how the PLM business was primarily funded. By Susannah Fox, Jane Sarasohn-Kahn and Lisa Suennen. I’ve lived long enough to have learned.

In 2023, the U.S. Will Still Be the #1 Prescription Drug Spender in the World, IQVIA Forecasts

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Pfizer working with Finnish tech startup to improve patient adherence

Mobi Health News

The pharmaceutical giant will offer Popit’s pill detection device to rheumatoid arthritis patients

Americans’ Trust in U.S. Healthcare Lags Tech — and Women Are Particularly Cynical

Health Populi

Pharmaceuticals garner the lowest score at 57, compared with biotech and life sciences at 64. The 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer measured the biggest gap in trust for the healthcare industry between the U.S. “informed public” and the mass population.

Come Together – A Health Policy Prescription from the Bipartisan Policy Center

Health Populi

Among all Americans, the most popular approach for improving the health care in the U.S. isn’t repealing or replacing the Affordable Care Act or moving to a Medicare-for-All government-provided plan.

Most Americans Regardless of Income Say It’s Unfair for Wealthier People to Get Better Health Care

Health Populi

In America, earning lower or middle incomes is a risk factor for having trouble accessing health care and/or paying for it.

National Health Spending Will Reach Nearly 20% of U.S. GDP By 2027

Health Populi

National health spending in the U.S. is expected to grow by 5.7%

Talking “HealthConsuming” on the MM&M Podcast

Health Populi

Marc Iskowitz, Executive Editor of MM&M, warmly welcomed me to the Haymarket Media soundproof studio in New York City yesterday. We’d been trying to schedule meeting up to do a live podcast since February, and we finally got our mutual acts together on 6th August 2019.

Employers Take on Health Activism, Embracing Behavioral Health, Virtual Care, AI, and Transparency

Health Populi

One of the most concerning rising cost components in medical trend come from the pharmaceutical supply chain. The vast majority of employers do not believe the current rebate-based system works to reduce pharmaceutical costs, and most welcoming an alternative to rebates. More U.S.

Most Americans Across Party ID Favor U.S. Government Negotiation to Lower Rx Drug Costs

Health Populi

That would be profits made by pharmaceutical companies, cited by 80% of respondents. Ironic that in this Congressional session, pharmaceutical manufacturers are testifying about the life-saving benefits of their products, but priced to drive about one-third of Americans not to adopt them.

Great Expectations for Health Care: Patients Look for Consumer Experience and Trust in Salesforce’s Latest Research

Health Populi

On the demand side of U.S. health care economics, patients are now payors as health consumers with more financial skin in paying medical bills.

Social Determinants of Health – My Early Childhood Education and Recent Learnings, Shared at the HealthXL Global Gathering

Health Populi

My cousin Arlene got married in Detroit at the classic Book Cadillac Hotel on July 23, 1967, a Sunday afternoon wedding. When Daddy drove us back out to our suburban home about 30 minutes from the fancy hotel, the car radio was tuned to WWJ Newsradio 950, all news all the time.

How We Spend Versus What We Get: America’s Healthcare Spending Makes for Poor Health

Health Populi

had the highest pharmaceutical spending per capita of $1,443 versus $749 for the other nations, roughly double. The U.S. spent nearly twice as much as other wealthy countries on healthcare, mostly due to higher prices for both labor and products (especially prescription drugs).

Healthcare’s Profits Will Be Dramatically Redistributed as Care Shifts to Consumers: Accenture

Health Populi

All sectors who are stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem aren’t created equal, Accenture explains in their report, Healthcare’s future winners and losers.

IKEA Garners the Top Health & Wellness Award at Cannes Lions 2019 – the Expanding Health/Care Ecosystem

Health Populi

“Health is now everyone’s business,” Shaheed Peera, Executive Creative Director of Publicis LifeBrands, said this week at the 2019 Cannes Lions awards.

Across All Political Parties, Likely Voters Over 50 Favor Cutting Prescription Drug Prices

Health Populi

It’s a rational response, then, that 9 in 10 older voters agree that pharmaceutical companies “make too much profits,” once again consistent — equally felt — by older voters across all three political parties, shown in the second bar chart.