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Does Price Discrimination Have a Place in Pharmaceutical Pricing in Developing Countries?

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At iHEA 2013, OHE's Adrian Towse participated in a session on implementing differential pricing schemes. He discussed the role of price discrimination strategies, including the use of discounts, ...

At iHEA 2013, OHE's Adrian Towse participated in a session on implementing differential pricing schemes. He discussed the role of price discrimination strategies, including the use of discounts, access programmes and risk sharing agreements in increasing the number of patients who can benefit from new medications in LMICs. Real life examples illustrated differential pricing schemes between and within countries and provided background for exploring feasibility—particularly about how options relying on confidentiality and negotiation compare with those based on collaborative international agreement about how price differentiation is developed and implemented.

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Does Price Discrimination Have a Place in Pharmaceutical Pricing in Developing Countries? Does Price Discrimination Have a Place in Pharmaceutical Pricing in Developing Countries? Presentation Transcript