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Drugs on the Market: The Impact of Public Policy in the Retail Market for Prescription Drugs e-book

Author:

John F. Cady

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English

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1656 kb

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Publisher:

Aero Publishers Inc.,U.S. (September 1, 1975)

Pages:

174

ISBN:

0669968420

Drugs on the Market: The Impact of Public Policy in the Retail Market for Prescription Drugs e-book

by John F. Cady


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Retail grocery price variations: a consideration of the structural and locational characteristics of stores.

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Drug markets will continue to evolve 2012.

Drug markets will continue to evolve. Some markets, like that for marijuana, have even moved from illicit to legal in some US states. That is a prescription well worth following.

The Prescription Drug Marketing Act (PDMA) of 1987 (. 95) is a law of the United States federal government

The Prescription Drug Marketing Act (PDMA) of 1987 (. 95) is a law of the United States federal government. It establishes legal safeguards for prescription drug distribution to ensure safe and effective pharmaceuticals and is designed to discourage the sale of counterfeit, adulterated, misbranded, subpotent, and expired prescription drugs. It was passed in response to the development of a wholesale sub-market (known as the "diversion market") for prescription drugs.

The law provides that prescription drug products manufactured in the United States and exported can no longer be reimported, except by the product's manufacturer. It also establishes restrictions on sales of prescription drug products and samples. Samples of prescription drug products may be distributed only if a licensed prescriber requests them. Other distribution channels for samples specified in the law are permissible, provided records are maintained. Under the law, wholesale distributors must be licensed by the state and meet uniform standards

Prescription drugs play a vital role in saving lives, keeping people healthy . The structure of the .

Prescription drugs play a vital role in saving lives, keeping people healthy and improving quality of life. drug market is frequently cited as the main driver of rising pharmacy costs. In short, drug pricing is not subject to price controls and lacks transparency, which allows manufacturers to set prices based on what the market can bear. In the late 1990’s annual increases on prescription drug spending ranged from 11% to17% and overtook the cost increases in hospital and physician expenditures (LaFluer J, 2008).

Moffitt, Susan . The Policy Impact of Public Advice: The Effects of Advisory Committee Transparency on Product . Lasser, Karen E. et a. Timing of New Black Box Warnings and Withdrawals for Prescription Medications, Journal of the American Medical Association 287 (2002): 2215–2220. The Policy Impact of Public Advice: The Effects of Advisory Committee Transparency on Product Safety, in Regulatory Breakdown: The Crisis of Confidence in . Moffitt, Susan . Promoting Agency Reputation through Public Advice: Advisory Committee Use in the FDA, Journal of Politics 72 (2009): 880–893.

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