In Pay-For-Performance System, Unhappy Patients Can Lower Physician Pay
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Shenyang city plans to implement a pay-for-performance system for primary care personnel this month, which may allow unsatisfied patients to influence physician pay
You may also be interested in...
The US firm gets development and co-commercial rights to MORAb-202 for $650m up front. BMS joins AstraZeneca, Merck & Co. and Gilead in recent ADC deal-making.
The recently concluded BIO annual meeting included several sessions focused on the practice of business development. In this extra edition of our BIO 2021 notebook, Scrip collected observations about best practices for partnerships.
The company’s rollout plans for Ayvakit appear similar to its approach when it marketed the drug for GIST, with an education plan to help boost sales.