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Hungary merges healthcare regulators’ admin to save costs

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Hungary has merged the administration of five of its national healthcare bodies, including its drugs and medical devices regulators, into one centralised organisation in a bid to save money. The merger comes soon after the government said it would be clawing back drug costs from manufacturers through an increase in drug manufacturers' rebates (scripintelligence.com, 26 May 2011).

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