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The Impact of Price Negotiations on Public Procurement Prices and Access to 8 Innovative Cancer Medicines in a Middle-Income Country-The Case of Mexico.

To mitigate the effect of high prices, in 2008 Mexico established a commission that negotiates single procurement prices for patented medicines in the public sector.


Oil price shocks, economic policy uncertainty and industrial economic growth in China.

This paper combines a Granger causality test and a VAR model to investigate the relationships among oil price shocks, global economic policy uncertainty (GEPU), and China's industrial economic growth. Based on monthly data from 2000 to 2017, we reveal that GEPU and world oil prices jointly Granger cause China's industrial economic growth; world oil prices have a positive effect on China's industrial economic growth, while GEPU has a negative effect. Further analyses investigate the asymmetry effect of oil p...

Using electricity prices to curb industrial pollution.

In this study, we show that changes in electricity prices in China have significant environmental consequences through its effect on industrial pollution emissions concentrations. To investigate this relationship, we pair a novel dataset of hourly smokestack-level pollutant emissions of industrial plants in Anhui, China with changes in hourly electricity prices. Using a difference-in-differences (DID) regression model, we find that pollution emissions from these plants have an inverse relationship with elec...


Hospital Prices Grew Substantially Faster Than Physician Prices For Hospital-Based Care In 2007-14.

Evidence suggests that growth in providers' prices drives growth in health care spending on the privately insured. However, existing work has not systematically differentiated between the growth rate of hospital prices and that of physician prices. We analyzed growth in both types of prices for inpatient and hospital-based outpatient services using actual negotiated prices paid by insurers. We found that in the period 2007-14 hospital prices grew substantially faster than physician prices. For inpatient car...

Need for Innovation in Public Health Research.

The recent conference Turning the Tide: A New Generation of Public Health Interventions highlighted the need to utilize innovative and emergent methodologies to confront increasingly complex public health challenges. In this commentary, we discuss three dominant themes from the conference: addressing multiple levels of causality in reducing health problems; technology-based methodologies to enhance health promotion; and improving translation and sustainment of effective health promotion programs. The subseq...

Toward a Common Agenda for the Public and Private Sectors to Advance Digital Health Communication.

Evaluation of prices, availability and affordability of essential medicines in Lahore Division, Pakistan: A cross-sectional survey using WHO/HAI methodology.

Inadequate access to medicines affected by un-controlled prices is a major concern in developing countries, including Pakistan, which lacks comprehensive data on medicine prices. Thus, the objective of this study was to evaluate the prices, availability and affordability of essential medicines in Lahore division, Pakistan. The survey was undertaken from November, 2016 till March, 2017 by including 50 medicines, 14 from the WHO/HAI core list and 36 supplementary medicines from national essential medicine lis...

Asymmetric impact of oil prices on stock returns in Shanghai stock exchange: Evidence from asymmetric ARDL model.

This study scrutinized the asymmetric impact of oil prices on stock returns in Shanghai stock exchange with data (January 2000 to December 2018) by using asymmetric ARDL model. The examined results of asymmetric autoregressive distributed lag model indicate that cointegration exists between the oil prices and the stock returns. Results of asymmetric autoregressive distributed lag model confirm that both in the long run and the short run increase in oil prices have a negative impact on the stock returns of S...

Evolution of Average European Medicine Prices: Implications for the Methodology of External Price Referencing.

There are indications of staggered market entry of medicines in the national markets, with medicines being marketed first in countries with high prices. This study aimed to analyse the availability and evolution of medicine prices in the European Union (EU).

The availability, prices and affordability of essential medicines in Malawi: A cross-sectional study.

The Malawian government recently introduced cost-covering consultation fees for self-referral patients in tertiary public hospitals. Previously, patients received medicines free of charge in government-owned health facilities, but must pay elsewhere. Before the government implements a payment policy in other areas of health care, it is important to investigate the prices, affordability and availability of essential medicines in Malawi.

Tailoring enzyme microenvironment: State-of-the-art strategy to fulfill the quest for efficient bio-catalysis.

Enzymes as green industrial biocatalysts have become a powerful norm that offers several advantages over traditional catalytic agents with regard to process efficiency, reusability, sustainability, and overall cost-effective ratio. However, enzymes obtained from natural origins are often engineered/tailored since their native forms do not fulfill the acute need for the industrial application. Revolutionary developments in protein engineering provide excellent opportunities for designing and constructing nov...

Innovative playgrounds: use, physical activity, and implications for health.

The aim of the study is to assess the use and levels of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) occurring in innovative playgrounds in London vs. traditional playgrounds in the US in neighborhoods with a similar population density.

The drug price iceberg: more than meets the eye.

When it comes to the political iceberg of drug prices, there is more below the surface. Policies that reduce prices but do not lower consumers' out-of-pocket costs will not address the main challenge facing most Americans.

Environmental and health impacts of industrial wastewater effluents in Pakistan: a review.

In developing countries, one of the most severe modern-day dilemmas is the management of industrial wastewater. In these countries, industrial wastewater effluents are directly discharged into the natural drain, a sewer system, an internal septic tank or a nearby field. Some of these industrial wastewater effluents are inadequately treated or untreated before being discharged. In recent years, in developing countries, urbanization and industrial activities have led to environmental deterioration. This paper...

MR Imaging Properties of ex vivo Common Marmoset Brain after Formaldehyde Fixation.

Ex vivo brains have different MRI properties than in vivo brains because of chemical changes caused by fixative solutions, which change the signal intensity and/or tissue contrast on MR images. In this study, we investigated and compared the MRI properties of in vivo and ex vivo brains.

PRICES, USE RESTRICTIONS, AND ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE USE - EVIDENCE FROM ITC US OF THE 4CV1 (2016) SURVEY.

To determine if there are associations between changes in the explicit (i.e., price) and implicit (i.e., use restrictions in public places) costs of cigarettes and nicotine vaping products (NVPs) and their use patterns in the United States.

Gasoline prices and economic policy uncertainty: what causes what, and why does it matter? Evidence from 18 selected countries.

In this paper, we examine asymmetric causal relationships between gasoline prices and economic policy uncertainty in a panel of 18 countries over the period 1998-2017, using the recently introduced panel causality approach of Hatemi et al (Appl Econ, 48:2301-2308, 2016) that accounts for asymmetric dynamics and is robust to both cross-sectional dependence and slope heterogeneity. Empirical findings reveal asymmetric causal relationships between gasoline prices and economic policy uncertainty in the sampled ...

Forecasting stock prices with a feature fusion LSTM-CNN model using different representations of the same data.

Forecasting stock prices plays an important role in setting a trading strategy or determining the appropriate timing for buying or selling a stock. We propose a model, called the feature fusion long short-term memory-convolutional neural network (LSTM-CNN) model, that combines features learned from different representations of the same data, namely, stock time series and stock chart images, to predict stock prices. The proposed model is composed of LSTM and a CNN, which are utilized for extracting temporal ...

Translation of nanomedicines from lab to industrial scale synthesis: The case of squalene-adenosine nanoparticles.

A large variety of nanoparticle-based delivery systems have become increasingly important for diagnostic and/or therapeutic applications. Yet, the numerous physical and chemical parameters that influence both the biological and colloidal properties of nanoparticles remain poorly understood. This complicates the ability to reliably produce and deliver well-defined nanocarriers which often leads to inconsistencies, conflicts in the published literature and, ultimately, poor translation to the clinics. A criti...

Understanding innovation in health program planning and development.

A need for innovative public health programs is evident as the field adapts to address changes in health priorities and target populations. The Innovative Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (iTP) was created to support and enable innovation in teenage pregnancy prevention, developing programs to reach the most at risk youth.

Civic Recreation: Outdoor Recreationists as Advocates, Stewards, and Managers of Natural Resources.

Recently, groups representing the human-powered outdoor recreation community are playing an important role in natural resource management and conservation. Such civic recreation-recreation-based stewardship and advocacy aimed at preserving, creating, and restoring recreational resources-offers promise in an era of limited capacity on the part of land managers and efforts to promote innovative, participatory, and collaborative civic environmentalism. Despite this growing trend, little research has looked at ...

Strengthening Public Health Leadership in Africa: An Innovative Fellowship Program.

The Ebola Virus Disease crisis in West Africa revealed critical weaknesses in health policy and systems in the region, including the poor development and retention of policy leaders able to set sound policy to improve health. Innovative models for enhancing the capabilities of emerging leaders while retaining their talent in their countries are vital.

Finding Common Ground for the Common Good: Compromise in Health Care.

Thermoluminescence dosimetric properties of silicon carbide (SiC) used in industrial applications.

Silicon Carbide (SiC), also known as carborundum, has been found to be widely useful as a substrate and wide band gap semiconductor in radiation resistant optoelectronic devices. The aim of this study is to discuss the thermoluminescence (TL) properties of silicon carbide (SiC) used in industrial applications for dosimetric purposes. Basic TL properties of these materials such as dose response, heating rate, fading effect and reproducibility have also been investigated. The largest TL peak intensity was obs...

Public health: who, what, and why?

There has been renewed concern about the state of public health in Canada, with several recent articles in this journal suggesting that the discipline of public health is under threat and that there has been a significant erosion of its core infrastructure. We strongly agree with the need for a well-resourced formal public health system and preservation of capacity to carry out core public health functions, while also positing a complementary narrative that emphasizes the possibility for a broad notion of p...


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