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Constrained Public Healthcare Budgets and the Pharmaceutical Industry - Featuring Expert Panel Views From Industry Survey, 2018

  • Published: Nov-2018
  • Report Code: GBI093CBR
  • Report Format: pdf

Description

GBI Research’s latest report: “Constrained Public Healthcare Budgets and the Pharmaceutical Industry - Featuring Expert Panel Views From Industry Survey, 2018” considers the current and future impact of constrained public healthcare budgets on the pharmaceutical industry. Rapidly increased healthcare expenditure is forcing governments to limit healthcare spending, particularly for premium (branded) pharmaceuticals. Hence, governments and regulators have introduced various cost-containment policies, subsequently refining their role in decision making around pricing and reimbursement, thus creating unpredictable and complex changes in marketplace dynamics. Pharma companies face uncertainties en route to product development and commercialization. This report features an overview of constrained healthcare budgets and its effect on the global pharmaceutical industry. GBI Research conducted a targeted industry survey of experts and key opinion leaders to gather insight and opinions on the current and future pricing/reimbursement environment caused by constrained healthcare budgets, and the subsequent impact on the pharmaceutical industry. The survey explored a wide range of strategic topics in the field, including factors contributing to constrained healthcare budgets and the future of healthcare budgets. The report also identifies and discusses the current and future cost-containment policies in European markets, the US and key emerging markets. It explores the current strategies that are being applied by pharma companies in response to pressure stemming from constrained healthcare budgets. The report also discusses the strategies that are most likely to be applied in future.

Scope

  • What are the main factors constraining healthcare budgets?

  • How does constraining healthcare budgets affect the pharmaceutical industry?

  • What is the current pricing and reimbursement landscape like in key mature and emerging pharmaceutical markets?

  • What will the pricing and reimbursement landscape look like in the next five years?

  • What types of cost-containment policies will be implemented/continued in the next five years?

  • What type of value (evaluation criteria) will be important for health technology assessment bodies?

  • What type of managed entry agreements (risk sharing agreement/value-based contracts) will be implemented/continued in the next five years?

  • How are cost-containment policies affecting pharmaceutical companies?

  • How will pressure stemming from constrained healthcare budgets affect the R&D priorities of pharma companies in the next five years?

  • What kind of strategies are pharma companies implementing in response to the pressure stemming from constrained healthcare budgets? How frequently are they being employed? How frequently will they be employed in the next five years?

Reasons To Buy

  • Develop a picture of the current pricing and reimbursement environment brought by constrained healthcare budgets in key mature and emerging markets.

  • Gain insight from industry experts on the future pricing and reimbursement environment (GBI Research survey comprises responses from 46 industry experts and KOLs).

  • Understand how the industry is responding to the challenges and how will it react in the future.

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