Payers, Hospitals Loom Large In China Drug Pricing Proposal
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
First it was low-cost drugs, now all drugs are set to have their retail price ceilings lifted as China vows to allow a bigger role for market forces in the pricing of medicines. However, companies will have to negotiate with the payer and individual hospitals to benefit from the proposal.
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