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Getting To Grips With International Reference Pricing

Executive Summary

International reference pricing has become something of a fixture as payers around the world grapple with rising healthcare costs. The landscape is becoming more complex as the practice spreads further into emerging markets, reference baskets get bigger, and calls for pricing transparency grow louder. Scrip examines some of the problems companies face and some of the ways they can adapt, including through new technology, revised approaches to launching new products and better relations with stakeholders.

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