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Industry Laments UK Decision To Go Ahead With ‘Unprecedented’ Sales Repayments

The UK government has confirmed plans to raise payments made by drug companies in the statutory scheme for branded medicines to 24.4% for 2023, despite clear warnings from industry that the approach is unsustainable and jeopardizes the delivery of the government's ambitions for life sciences in the post-Brexit UK.

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Capacity Challenges Prompt NICE To Consider Secondees From Consultancy Firms

England’s health technology assessment institute is exploring solutions to help deal with its increased workload, high staff turnover and challenges in recruiting people with the expertise needed.

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UK Industry Attacks Government’s ‘Unsustainable’ Repayment Proposals

Questions are being raised about the credibility of the UK’s voluntary and statutory drug pricing schemes because of uncertainty over the payment percentages companies will have to pay in future.

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2021: A Record-Breaking Year For ‘Smart’ Pricing And Access Deals In England

NHS England and Improvement (NHSE&I) agreed 16 pricing and access deals with drug companies in 2021, ten of which can be considered ‘smart.’ The fact that these were achieved against a backdrop of COVID-19 is seen as impressive.

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Missed Opportunities: Why Small Biotech Needs To Plan Ahead For Global Reach

If small biotech does more to plan ahead for ex-US market requirements, companies and their investors – and crucially patients – will benefit.

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UK Industry Concerned Over 26% Sales Tax Prediction For 2023

The UK government says it remains committed to the principle of co-creating a positive environment for the development of commercial medicines but there is concern in the life sciences sector over the revelation that companies could be made to pay as much as 26% of their sales in 2023 in rebates to the government.

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