Tag Archives: Risk sharing

Why all the negativity around National Health Insurance in South Africa?

23 Aug
National-Health-Insurance

Why all the negativity around national health insurance (NHI) in South Africa? There is so much bad news such as comments by the Solidarity Research Institute that NHI will collapse the healthcare system, the Free Market Foundation believes the NHI will be a gateway for corruption, and Alex van den Heever at Wits University thinks […]

Market Access Landscape in the Middle East:The Next Five Years

06 Jun
Middle-East

The market access landscape in the Middle East is changing rapidly. The growth of private health insurance markets in the Gulf is a significant catalyst for the re-organisation of private sector stakeholders and improvements in internal reimbursement policies. In the past, Payors were relatively generous in their reimbursement of new technologies, but in the next […]

Webinar “creating value with accessed-based marketing”: themes and reflecting on a way-forward

26 May

Carapinha & Consultants partnered with eyeforpharma to bring a webinar on creating value with accessed-based marketing. The webinar was structured around 3 core questions that eyeforpharma’s Paul Simms used to facilitate the discussion. Question 1 The first question, “In order for the industry to move forward, pharma has to prioritize” generated interesting results. 69% of respondents […]

Webinar: “Remove barriers to entry by embracing an access-based approach to marketing”

19 May
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We’ve joined eyeforpharma as their Strategic Partner to bring you a free webinar: “Remove barriers to entry by embracing an access-based approach to marketing” on Tuesday 26th May 2:30-3:30 pm SAST. Pharma companies in South Africa have products with compelling economic value propositions, however reimbursement constraints have limited the up-take and patient access to new therapies. But how do we […]

Publications

25 Mar

Carapinha, J. (2000) Continuing Professional Development in Human Resource Management. Journal of Modern Pharmacy, 7 (10), 1-6. Carapinha, J. (2003) Rational Self-Medication within a South African Context. The Journal of Modern Pharmacy, February 2003. Carapinha, J. (2005) Ethical Decision Making in Managed Health Care. South African Pharmaceutical Journal, 72 (2). Carapinha, J. (2005) Evidence-Based Pharmacy Practice. […]

Market Access: Insights from the OECD

06 Apr

Valerie Paris provides some insight into the thinking at the OECD  concerning pharmaceutical policy. While Paris promotes the need to standardize HTA across markets, what is overlooked are unique incentives and disincentives at the country-level that may work against a process of standardization. This may range from structural aspects of a health care system, reimbursement […]

Linking payment to health outcomes

14 Mar

Health Policy (In Press) Linking payment to health outcomes: A taxonomy and examination of performance-based reimbursement schemes between healthcare payers and manufacturers Josh J. Carlsona, ean D. Sullivana, Louis P. Garrisona, Peter J. Neumannb and David L. Veenstraa Abstract Objective To identify, categorize and examine performance-based health outcomes reimbursement schemes for medical technology. Methods We […]

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