Critics Of Thailand’s Universal Healthcare Revamp Say $1 Is Too Much To Pay
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Thailand’s universal healthcare system proposal would see those not covered under civil servant and employee coverage paying about $1 for treatment, and critics say the fee is too high.
You may also be interested in...
SHANGHAI - Thailand's recent clampdown on public healthcare spending means multinational drug makers will have to look for news ways to tap the country's drug market, according to IMS Health
Sanofi-Aventis sent a request to the previous Thai Minister of Commerce Mingkwan Sangsuwan to review the process of compulsory licensing on patented drugs, Graham Almond, Sanofi-Aventis Thailand general manager told PharmAsia News.
SAN DIEGO - Industry furor over Thailand's compulsory license position will not deter multinational companies from investing in the country, according to Thai officials who sat down with PharmAsia News during the BIO 2008 convention in San Diego