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A new approach to pharmaceutical pricing based on patients' willingness to pay.

Pharmaceutical pricing is an important and contentious issue in middle- and low-income countries. The present study evaluated a value-based pricing system for estimating the price of Interferon-beta (IFN-β).

Carbon pricing of food in Australia: an analysis of the health, environmental and public finance impacts.

To estimate the impact of integrating the price of greenhouse gas emissions into the price of food commodities on dietary and weight-related risk factors and associated disease burden in Australia, as well as on national emissions reductions and public revenues.

Is rate of return pricing a useful approach when value-based pricing is not appropriate?

Pharmaceutical Reference Pricing: Does It Have a Future in the U.S.?

Reference pricing is an emerging health insurance benefit design aimed at reducing health costs. In this model, an insurer establishes a maximum payment that it will contribute toward covering the price of a product or service in situations where there is wide price variation for therapeutically similar drugs, diagnostics, or procedures. Experiences to date indicate that reference pricing can influence patients and physicians to switch to less costly options within each therapeutic class, reducing overall d...

Awareness of Occupational Hazards and Utilization of Safety Measures among Welders in Aksum and Adwa Towns, Tigray Region, Ethiopia, 2013.

At present, it is estimated that more than one million workers are employed as welders worldwide with more than three million performing welding as part of their work duties.

Medical consequences of pathogenic CNVs in adults: analysis of the UK Biobank.

Genomic CNVs increase the risk for early-onset neurodevelopmental disorders, but their impact on medical outcomes in later life is still poorly understood. The UK Biobank allows us to study the medical consequences of CNVs in middle and old age in half a million well-phenotyped adults.

Public healthcare responsibilities of ophthalmologists according to professional regulations.

Modern public healthcare practices are constantly being improved by the medical community, which involves approval and implementation of professional standards such as including public health activities in the responsibilities of medical specialists. To understand how well such skills can be mastered by the specialists, we have conducted a comparative analysis of ophthalmologist qualifications found in the most often used guidelines and textbooks. With logical, analytical and hypothetical analysis, books an...

Variability of Retail Pricing of Generic Urologic Medications in a Major US Metropolitan Area.

To investigate retail pricing for generic urologic medications in the St. Louis area as a function of pharmacy type, zip-code, and median income.

Should parents see their teen's medical record? Asking about the effect on adolescent-doctor communication changes attitudes.

Parents routinely access young children's medical records, but medical societies strongly recommend confidential care during adolescence, and most medical centers restrict parental records access during the teen years. We sought to assess public opinion about adolescent medical privacy.

Association of Fatality Risk With Value-Based Drug Pricing of Epinephrine Autoinjectors for Children With Peanut Allergy: A Cost-effectiveness Analysis.

The high cost of self-injectable epinephrine autoinjectors may represent a barrier to community anaphylaxis management. Value-based pricing can provide a benchmark for rational epinephrine autoinjector costs.


On 7 May 2014, a radiological accident involving a lost 192Ir source occurred in Nanjing, China, and overexposure of a worker occurred. After the accident, several national agencies specialized in medical response to radiation emergencies collaborated to carry out clinical case management and to offer psychological assistance to the affected workers and members of the public. In this article, the medical management of the victim is summarized and outcomes are shared in order to improve medical preparedness ...

The medical assistance system and inpatient health care provision: Empirical evidence from short-term hospitalizations in Japan.

This paper uses two nationally representative sets of medical claims data from medical assistance and universal public health insurance systems to examine how medical assistance system assignment affects short-term inpatient health care provision. In Japan, the medical assistance system, which is part of a public assistance system, provides medical care services for its beneficiaries without imposing any financial burdens, such as copayments or advance premium payments. These circumstances can lead to inpat...

Validity of hepatitis B and hepatitis C case definitions.

Globally, an estimated 257 million people are living with chronic hepatitis B (HBV) infection and an estimated 71 million people with the chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV). The true public health dimensions and impact of hepatitis epidemics are poorly understood. Case definitions are fundamental parts of disease surveillance, representing sets of standardised criteria used to assess whether or not a person has a certain disease. The study evaluated the sensitivity and specificity of hepatitis B and hepatitis ...

Budgetary impact analysis of a primary care-based hepatitis C treatment program: Effects of 340B Drug Pricing Program.

Safety-net health systems, which serve a disproportionate share of patients at high risk for hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, may use revenue generated by the federal drug discount pricing program, known as 340B, to support multidisciplinary care. Budgetary impacts of repealing the drug-pricing program are unknown. Our objective was to conduct a budgetary impact analysis of a multidisciplinary primary care-based HCV treatment program, with and without 340B support.

California's Drug Transparency Law: Navigating The Boundaries Of State Authority On Drug Pricing.

The California drug transparency bill (SB-17), signed into law in October 2017, seeks to promote transparency in pharmaceutical pricing, enhance understanding about pharmaceutical pricing trends, and assist in managing pharmaceutical costs. This article examines the legal and regulatory aspects of SB-17, explores legal challenges to the law, compares it to other state efforts to address rising drug prices, and discusses how California can maximize the impact of SB-17 by coupling the law with other incentiv...

Why aren't more employers implementing reference-based pricing benefit design?

There is robust evidence that implementation of reference-based pricing (RBP) benefit design decreases spending. This paper investigates employer adoption of RBP as a strategy to improve the value of patients' healthcare choices, as well as facilitators and barriers to the adoption of RBP by employers.

Transmission of mcr-1-Producing Multidrug-resistant Enterobacteriaceae in Public Transportation in Guangzhou, China.

mcr-1-mediated colistin resistance in bacteria is concerning, as colistin is used in treating multidrug-resistant bacterial infections. And mcr-1-producing bacteria have been identified in multiple sources. Up to 248 million people use public transportation daily in China, however; public transportation hasn't been studied as a potential source of community-based transmission of mcr-1. Herein we investigated mcr-1-producing isolates from public transportation and explored the genomic characteristics of them...

Monitoring and Assessment of Medical Countermeasures as Part of a Public Health Emergency Response.

Cost-effectiveness of the recombinant zoster vaccine in the German population aged ≥60 years old.

Each year, around 300,000 Herpes Zoster (HZ) cases are observed in the German population, resulting in costs over €182 million to society. The objective of this study was to estimate the potential public health and economic impact of the new Adjuvanted Recombinant Zoster Vaccine (RZV, Shingrix) in the German population ≥ 60 years of age (YOA) and to identify the optimal age of vaccination. We used a static, multi-cohort Markov model that followed a hypothetical cohort of 1 million people ≥ 60 YOA l...

Public Health and Interprofessional Education as Critical Components in the Evolution of Osteopathic Medical Education.

Public health and interprofessional education (IPE) are included among the osteopathic core competencies and Entrustable Professional Activities that should be reflected in osteopathic medical curricula. Cognizant of the importance of these 2 areas, Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine-CA (TUCOM) has developed initiatives to advance them on campus as well as within its academic curriculum. The authors acknowledge the importance of incorporating public health content into osteopathic medicine as ...

Public Health Emergencies: Unpacking Medical Countermeasures Management for Preparedness and Response Introduction and Contents of the Volume.

A dynamic discount pricing strategy for viral marketing.

Viral marketing has been one of the main marketing modes. However, theoretical study of viral marketing is still lacking. This paper focuses on the problem of developing a cost-effective dynamic discount pricing strategy for a viral marketing campaign. First, based on a novel word-of-mouth propagation model, we model the original problem as an optimal control problem. Second, we show that the optimal control problem admits an optimal control and present the optimality system for solving the optimal control ...

Identify compounds's target against Alzheimer's disease based on silico approach.

Alzheimer's disease swept every corner of the globe and the number of patients worldwide has been rising. At present, there are as many as 30 million people with Alzheimer's disease in the world, and it is expected to exceed 80 million people by 2050. Consequently, the study of Alzheimer's drugs has become one of the most popular medical topics.

Efficacy and safety of sofosbuvir and daclatasvir with or without ribavirin in elderly patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection.

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is considered as a major public health problem that, worldwide, chronically affects 170 million people. Due to progressive aging of the infected population, management of the elderly HCV-infected patients significantly emerged in the era of new therapies [1]. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Difference of achievements between physicians from public hospitals and emergency medical center in prehospital emergency.

The benefit gained by replacing physicians in the prehospital service is still controversial. The present study compared the difference of achievements of pre-hospital emergency between the physicians from public hospitals and those from the Emergency Medical Center.We included prehospital emergency patients who were sent to the hospital by ambulance after emergency calls from February 1 to May 31, 2016, in Shanghai (24,250,000 inhabitants). Cohort characteristics and diagnoses were described, and the data ...

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