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December 3, 2012

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Access to the Right Care at the Right Time

Making healthcare more accessible and affordable for the public is a prominent focus of the Chinese government’s current health reform efforts – a focus that will not alter despite the recent transition in leadership at the central government level. Achieving...

September 24, 2012

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Driving Success in China in the Year of the Dragon

For the healthcare industry in China, cost pressures abound, consolidation and joint ventures with local players are reshaping the competitive landscape and everyone’s watching – each with an opinion on what needs to be done to address costs while improving...

June 11, 2012

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Access in China: A Central Aim

“Market access” continues to be a subject of much discussion among the industry. Across the globe, we see governments scrambling to implement increasingly sophisticated cost-control measures to manage the expanding health demands of their population. Despite its booming economy and...

November 8, 2011

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Inequalities in Access to Care: Can China Learn from Europe?

The Chinese healthcare market presents both a challenge and an opportunity for the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare providers. Dynamic and fast-paced growth, the growing middle class, an ageing population and the shift in management of many diseases from acute to...