We found 453 records for "Regulatory / compliance"

Articles

Political dynamite - England’s Cancer Drugs Fund

29th October 2014

 Political dynamite - England’s Cancer Drugs FundArticles

Proposals to consider cost in decisions about what will, and, crucially, won't, be paid for by the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) in England are the latest changes in the controversial...

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Cancer drugs: value is about more than cost

23rd October 2014

 Cancer drugs: value is about more than costArticles

When assessing the true value of cancer drugs, collaboration with key stakeholders, reform of the development process and reimbursement system, and a true understanding of what is important to the...

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NICE and the 2015 General Election

22nd October 2014

 NICE and the 2015 General ElectionArticles

What could the forthcoming UK General Election in May 2015 mean for the always evolving National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)? Leela Barham takes a look at how...

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Social enterprises: doing NHS business without the bureaucracy

20th October 2014

 Social enterprises: doing NHS business without the bureaucracy Articles

Nisha Desai, head of medicines management at social enterprise company Provide, speaks to pharmaphorum about how such organisations are benefitting the NHS, prior to her appearance at a major London...

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News

NICE draft guidance recommends dabigatran (Pradaxa) for blood clots

31st October 2014

 NICE draft guidance recommends dabigatran (Pradaxa) for blood clotsNews

In draft guidance NICE has recommended the anti-blood clotting drug dabigatran (Pradaxa, Boehringer Ingelheim) as an option for treating and preventing recurrent and potentially fatal blood clots in the legs...

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Charity calls for end to 'inflated' cancer drug prices

29th October 2014

 Charity calls for end to 'inflated' cancer drug pricesNews

A UK cancer charity has criticised the 'inflated' cancer drug prices set by pharma, and also wants the government, regulators and industry to fix the current dysfunctional and inequitable drug appraisal system.Breast...

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AZ's ovarian cancer drug Lynparza recommended in Europe

28th October 2014

 AZ's ovarian cancer drug Lynparza recommended in EuropeNews

A novel PARP inhibitor has received a positive opinion for treating ovarian cancer from the European Medicines Agency's (EMA) Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP).The committee has recommended...

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Juncker backtracks on EU plans for pharma

27th October 2014

 Juncker backtracks on EU plans for pharmaNews

Concerns that the European pharma sector would be monitored for its contribution to business – and not health – have led to the European Commission's new leader performing a U-turn.President-elect Jean-Claude...

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White Papers

How pharma Tweetchats can drive healthcare innovation

29th April 2014

 How pharma Tweetchats can drive healthcare innovationWhite Papers

During the course of 2013 Boehringer Ingelheim explored the use of multi-way communication on Twitter, via Tweetchats, as a means to better understand disease area issues and directly connect with...

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Who are the pharma social media butterflies?

19th March 2014

 Who are the pharma social media butterflies?White Papers

Social media has got everyone talking and it seems like everyone in pharma is talking about social media, so Ogilvy Healthworld figured it was time to analyse who were the...

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Engage with confidence: Managing online adverse event reporting

18th March 2014

 Engage with confidence: Managing online adverse event reportingWhite Papers

The pharmaceutical industry is waking up to the enormous potential offered by social media and other online data sources for informing better decisions around drug development and commercialization. Here, Siva...

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The Healthcare Meetings Forum 2013

22nd October 2013

 The Healthcare Meetings Forum 2013White Papers

Healthcare meetings are experiencing a time of change, as new compliance regulations, the rise of digital and the flexing needs of healthcare providers force adaptation. This has raised concerns across...

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Audio & Video

Rare Disease Day tweetchat

  To view a full transcript of the discussion from this #hcsmeu tweetchat held on 28th February 2014 please click here. During the hour-long tweetchat, we covered the following questions:   1) What are...

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Events

BioPharma Mexico 2014

4th November 2014 - 5th November 2014

BioPharma Mexico 2014

The 2nd annual BioPharma Mexico conference brings together COFEPRIS, government, payers, biopharma, biotech and academia to talk about strategies to bring biocomparables, stem cells and orphan drugs to market faster....

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Bioequivalence: Intersection Between Science & Regulatory Summit

5th November 2014 - 6th November 2014

Bioequivalence: Intersection Between Science & Regulatory Summit

In today’s high-risk, overcrowded and highly regulated drug development marketplace, we understand the drug development industry is in critical need of innovative approaches and methodologies to achieve bioequivalence in order...

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ISPE/DIA Workshop on Computer Systems Compliance

6th November 2014 - 7th November 2014

ISPE/DIA Workshop on Computer Systems Compliance

Data integrity surrounding computerised system supported business processes throughout the product life cycle has been at the forefront of recent news, for example Ranbaxy in the USA. The awareness of...

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Extractables and Leachables EU 2014

10th November 2014 - 12th November 2014

Extractables and Leachables EU 2014

The 2014 programme will deliver cutting-edge analysis of testing techniques and high-level insight into the global regulatory landscape, while allowing extensive time for debate and networking. Attendees will be provided...

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Press Releases

3 TIPS FOR PATIENT ENGAGEMENT; DEFINE, ACT THEN ACCELERATE

23rd September 2014

3 TIPS FOR PATIENT ENGAGEMENT; DEFINE, ACT THEN ACCELERATE

Forbes blogger Leonard Kish described “patient engagement as the blockbuster drug of the century” namely for its potential impact on improving patient outcomes. Two years on from his article, I asked;...

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PMCPA selects The EarthWorks as communications partner and app developer for new code

28th July 2014

PMCPA selects The EarthWorks as communications partner and app developer for new code

The Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA) announced today that it will be working in partnership with The EarthWorks to create a communications programme, including an app to help...

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New WMF article on global healthcare gaps published

29th May 2014

New WMF article on global healthcare gaps published

WMF recently published an article in Pharmaceutical Physician, which looks at the shocking gaps in healthcare that exist across the world and summarises how the organisation is helping to improve...

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Industry and the NHS - can promotion and partnership co-exist … a debate hosted by the PM Society Market Access Interest Group …

11th February 2014

Industry and the NHS - can promotion and partnership co-exist … a debate hosted by the PM Society Market Access Interest Group …

  Chair: Beverly Barr, Vice-Chair and Market Access Lead, PM Society Panel: Di Vegh, NHS Partnership Manager, ABPI:  How to avoid divorce in your NHS partnerships   Felicity Greene, Director of Operations at NHS South...

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