Introduction to Market Access for Pharmaceuticals eBook PDF Free Download
Edited by Mondher Toumi
Published by CRC Press
About the Book
This Introduction to Market Access for Pharmaceuticals is edited by Mondher Toumi. Market access is the fourth hurdle in the drug development process and the primary driver for global income of any new drug. Without a strategy in place for pricing, showing value for effectiveness and an understanding of the target purchasers’ needs, the drug will fail to reach its intended market value.
This First Edition textbook of Introduction to Market Access for Pharmaceuticals is based on an accredited course in this area, taken from the European Market Access University Diploma (EMAUD), and is affiliated with Aix Marseille University.
– The first guide to market access for pharmaceuticals based on tested teaching materials
– Addresses both pharmaceutical and vaccine products
– Includes case studies and scenarios
– Covers market access considerations for Western Europe, the USA, Japan and China
– Explains the impact the changing healthcare market will have on your product.
What You will Learn
The Topics Covered in this Textbook are
Health as a Good
Decision-Making in Public Health
Definition and Concepts
HTA Decision Analysis framework
Early HTA Advice
Overview of Market Access Agreements
External Reference Pricing
Gap between Payers and Regulators
Early Access Programs
Market Access of Orphan Drugs
Market Access of Vaccines in Developed Countries
The United States
For Whom is this Book For
This Introduction to Market Access for Pharmaceuticals is perfect for Pharmacy Students, Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Industries owners and managers. It acts as Reference Material for those students who are pursuing their Graduation in Pharmacy. It includes topics pretty useful for Other Health Care Professionals including Clinical Pharmacists, Nurses and Professors.
Format of the eBook: PDF Size: 5.4 MB
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