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Canada's Price Negotiators On Where Firms Go Wrong

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If your company wants to sell its products on Canada's publicly funded drug plans, then it will likely have to do business with the pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance. This is the body that negotiates drug prices for provincial and territorial drug plans and which has ensured that product listing agreements have become a prerequisite for securing drug funding across the Canadian market. The pCPA's Brad Alyward, from Nova Scotia's Department for Health and Wellness, and Sherry O'Quinn*, from the Ontario Public Drug Programs Division, spoke to Scrip about the perils of trying to charge too high a price and the future of evidence generation-based agreements.


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