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  • 2014 Global health care outlook
    The global health care industry is undergoing a period of “glocalization,” a term that combines “globalization” and “localization” to describe the adaptation of global products or services to accommodate the needs of people in a specific locale.
  • 2014 Global life sciences outlook
    Despite heightened regulatory scrutiny, continued pricing pressures and another year of impacts from health care reform in many countries, the global life sciences sector is exhibiting resilience and reinvention.
  • Healthcare 3.0: Healthcare for the new normal
    The human body is a complex system which owes its continued survival to its individual component organs working independently and, simultaneously, in unison within a fully integrated and self-regulated environment. Launched at the 2nd Malaysia International Healthcare Travel Expo (MIHTE 2013), the latest Deloitte report Healthcare 3.0: Healthcare for the new normal suggests that healthcare systems for the new normal should strive to work in a similar cohesive manner.
  • Health care reform and life sciences: Threat, opportunity or both?
    Frequent reform is a fact of life in health care, but life sciences companies worldwide have had a difficult time adapting to recent changes. One reason is that policy changes are predominantly shaped by specific national contexts.
  • Shaping the future: From meaningful use to meaningful user
    With the recent release of Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements, health care providers may feel increasing pressure on their organisations to achieve the stated goals in order to qualify for available incentive dollars.
  • Physician Payment Sunshine Act: Physicians and life sciences companies coming to terms with transparency?
    Calls for more transparency and disclosure of payments made by the life sciences industry to health care professionals are creating challenges and opportunities for all parties involved in the delivery of health care.
  • The next phase: Opportunities in China's pharmaceuticals market
    As the world's next great market for patented drugs, companies who might have hesitated before now see that China is moving past its phase as a supply market for ingredients and generic finished drugs, and on to a new phase as the world's second largest life sciences and health care market within this decade.
  • Measuring the return from innovation: Is R&D earning its investment?
    Deloitte and Thomson Reuters have collaborated in this study of R&D value measurement to learn more about how pharmaceutical innovation is facing a fundamental productivity challenge.
  • Pharmacovigilance: Alert and on guard
    Over the past decade, a series of adverse drug safety-related events have led to increased scrutiny and drug safety monitoring regulations. The business case for building strong, efficient pharmacovigilance organisations has never been better.
  • Value-based pricing for pharmaceuticals: Implications of the shift from volume to value
    In a new value-driven health care system, payment linked to performance is a paradigm shift that calls for pharmaceutical companies to innovate in product commercialisation and pricing. This Issue Brief summarises what is known to date about value-based pricing and identifies opportunities for additional exploration.
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