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White House vets foreign drug pricing idea; Trump creates Right to Try confusion | S&P Global Market Intelligence

White House vets foreign drug pricing idea; Trump creates Right to Try confusion | S&P Global Market Intelligence

Health and Human Services has sent its proposal to test an international drug pricing index model to the White House Office of Management and Budget for review, signaling the administration is serious about pursuing the idea. The administration in October 2018 initially issued an advance notice of proposed rulemaking — a bureaucratic mechanism used to […]

Ask a freelancer: value-based pricing | Millo

Ask a freelancer: value-based pricing | Millo

Millo Mastermind is a great place to talk shop about the business side of freelancing. We’re all great designers, writers, illustrators and artists, but the thought of contracts and pricing and scope creep can send even the most battle-tested freelancers running back to full-time employment. That’s why we decided to create a space dedicated to […]

Oilfield Services’ Pricing Power is Rising  | Rigzone

Oilfield Services’ Pricing Power is Rising  | Rigzone

Things are looking up for oilfield services companies. After several years of gloom, oilfield service companies are now able to raise prices for their products and services, according to energy research firm Rystad Energy. “Oil and gas investments are on the rise, and so too is the pricing power of service companies,” said Audun Martinsen, […]

Merck CEO sees legal challenge if U.S. adopts drug pricing based on other countries | Reuters

Merck CEO sees legal challenge if U.S. adopts drug pricing based on other countries | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Merck & Co Chief Executive Ken Frazier said on Thursday a rule to base the price the U.S. government pays for some prescription drugs in it Medicare program on lower prices in other countries would face legal challenges if adopted. FILE PHOTO: Ken Frazier, Chairman and CEO, Merck & Co., speaks […]

Patients agree with list prices in drug ads—even if they don’t like them, survey finds | FiercePharma

Patients agree with list prices in drug ads—even if they don’t like them, survey finds | FiercePharma

Politicians, trade groups, lobbyists and even doctors have weighed in on the new Trump administration rule requiring drug list prices in TV ads. But what do patients think? Thumbs up, mostly, according to a survey by WeGo Health. The company checked in with 550 influential patients and found the majority value drug price transparency and the new […]

How to FINALLY charge what you’re worth | You Baby Me Mummy

How to FINALLY charge what you’re worth | You Baby Me Mummy

When you’re deciding how much to charge for your time, product or service are you making the decision based on research and a solid pricing strategy or are you basing these prices on self-doubt, a lack of confidence and fear that no-one will buy?  Answer honestly…. You’re not alone. These limiting beliefs often stem from […]

The $2.1 Million Question: What Are The Medical, Ethical Implications Of The World’s Priciest Drug? | Forbes

The $2.1 Million Question: What Are The Medical, Ethical Implications Of The World’s Priciest Drug? | Forbes

With last month’s FDA approval, Zolgensma became the world’s most expensive medication. Priced at $2.125 million per patient, the one-dose gene therapy is a potential life-saver for children with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). Now, the treatment is at the center of an intensifying debate over the rising price of medications. Industry watchdogs are outraged. They […]

Lawsuit: ‘Broad Conspiracy’ of Drugmakers Inflating Market | Law & Crime

Lawsuit: ‘Broad Conspiracy’ of Drugmakers Inflating Market | Law & Crime

In May, a bloc of Attorneys General from 44 states filed a federal lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Teva Pharmaceutical Industries–the largest producer of generic drugs in the world–and 19 others, alleging that drugmakers engaged in “a broad conspiracy to artificially inflate and manipulate prices” for more than 100 different generic drugs. Connecticut Attorney General William […]

Reverse Reference Pricing: Rewarding Patients For Reducing Medicare Costs | Health Affairs

Reverse Reference Pricing: Rewarding Patients For Reducing Medicare Costs | Health Affairs

Prices for health care services vary significantly, not only across markets but also within markets across settings of care. For example, the same services or care received in hospital outpatient departments (HOPDs) can cost several times as much as care received in ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), with no difference in quality. This significant variation in […]

My Value Pricing Journey | Accounting Web

My Value Pricing Journey | Accounting Web

In my May 13, 2019 blog I declared my decision to convert my practice to Value Pricing. As part of my preparation, I interviewed someone who had already made the switch for her practice, Serah Blackstone-Fredericks of Books In Harmony. In this post, I share my thoughts on why Value Pricing is the right choice for […]