The Resource Sustainable development for the healthcare industry : reprogramming the healthcare value chain, Pierre A. Morgon, editor

Sustainable development for the healthcare industry : reprogramming the healthcare value chain, Pierre A. Morgon, editor

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Sustainable development for the healthcare industry : reprogramming the healthcare value chain
Title
Sustainable development for the healthcare industry
Title remainder
reprogramming the healthcare value chain
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Pierre A. Morgon, editor
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Editor
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Language
eng
Summary
This volume addresses the dynamics of sustainable development in the healthcare industry, covering all major aspects, including R & D, manufacturing, regulation, market access, commercialization, and general management.℗ Healthcare markets are evolving under demographic and economic pressures. In mature markets, patients navigate complex systems with limited control on healthcare quality and outcomes, while in developing markets, patients have limited awareness, access, and ability to pay for healthcare. The industry needs to identify which business targets are genuinely attractive for major or
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N$T
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338.4/73621
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illustrations
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no index present
LC call number
RA410
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
NLM call number
W 74.1
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Morgon, Pierre A.
Series statement
Perspectives on Sustainable Growth,
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  • Medical economics
  • Sustainable development
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • Medical economics
  • Sustainable development
  • Health Care Sector
  • Management of specific areas
  • Research & development management
  • Sustainability
  • Health economics
Label
Sustainable development for the healthcare industry : reprogramming the healthcare value chain, Pierre A. Morgon, editor
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https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-12526-8
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Contents
  • About the Editor and Contributors; Chapter-1; Sustainable Development for the Health-Care Industry: Setting the Stage; Human Society Has Always Been Focused on Health; The Mission of the Health-Care Industry; The Life Cycle of Pharmaceutical Products; The Mega Trends Which Affect the Health-Care Industry; Societal Expectations for Personalized Medicine; The DNA of the Health-Care Industry: Evolving Management of Innovation; Sustainability and Pharmaceutical Products: Role in Human Health (Mistra Pharma 2009)
  • Pharmaceutical Products and Contribution to Global Health: Global Health Requires More than Better DrugsSustainable Concerns All Along the Life Cycle of the Health-care Industry; R & D; Manufacturing and Supply Chain; Licensing and Market Access; Consumption of Health-Care Products: Use, Access, and Disease Management; Global Corporate Governance; Conclusion; References; Chapter-2; Can Innovation Still Be the Main Growth Driver of the Pharmaceutical Industry?; Innovation as a Driver of Growth for the Pharmaceutical Industry in the Past; The Pharmaceutical Industry Today
  • The R & D Investments of Top Pharmaceutical CompaniesThe Output of Pharmaceutical R & D; The Pharmaceutical Innovation Process; The Success Rates of Pharmaceutical R & D; The Timelines of Pharmaceutical R & D; The Cost of Pharmaceutical R & D; A Steady-State R & D Model; The Reduced R & D Efficiency; Consequences of the Reduced R & D Efficiency; Increasing the Number of Projects in the R & D Pipeline; Reducing Costs of R & D; Measuring Performance and Managing the Project Portfolio Actively; Opening R & D Towards External Innovation; Sustainable Growth in Times of Reduced R & D Efficiency
  • Increasing Pressure from Generic DrugsSustainability Must Come from R & D; References; The Importance of Understanding the 'Lived Experience' of Patients in Pharmaceutical Development Programmes; Chapter-3; Introduction; How Can We Make Sure We Look Beyond the Science and Capture the 'Human Being' in Our Data?; Is the Pharmaceutical Industry Brave Enough to Let Patients Contribute to Driving the Research Agenda?; So How Do We Facilitate This?; How Can We Benefit From This Sort of Research?; Building the Value Chain With Patients Playing a Key Role; So What Can We Do to Drive Change?
  • Why Bother?Chapter-4; Listening to the Voice of the Patient to Facilitate Earlier Access to Promising Medicines: Interview with Sjaak Vink; Chapter-5; Drivers of the Real-World Data Revolution and the Transition to Adaptive Licensing: Interview with Dr. Richard Barker; CASMI (Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Medical Innovation); Chapter-6; Sustainable Development for the Healthcare Industry: Vantage Point from Emerging Economies; Introduction; Sustainable Commercialization; Roles Played by MNCs Versus Local Manufacturers in Emerging Economies; Vantage Point; Regulations
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9783319125268
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10.1007/978-3-319-12526-8
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Sustainable development for the healthcare industry : reprogramming the healthcare value chain, Pierre A. Morgon, editor
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https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-12526-8
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Copyright
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unknown
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • About the Editor and Contributors; Chapter-1; Sustainable Development for the Health-Care Industry: Setting the Stage; Human Society Has Always Been Focused on Health; The Mission of the Health-Care Industry; The Life Cycle of Pharmaceutical Products; The Mega Trends Which Affect the Health-Care Industry; Societal Expectations for Personalized Medicine; The DNA of the Health-Care Industry: Evolving Management of Innovation; Sustainability and Pharmaceutical Products: Role in Human Health (Mistra Pharma 2009)
  • Pharmaceutical Products and Contribution to Global Health: Global Health Requires More than Better DrugsSustainable Concerns All Along the Life Cycle of the Health-care Industry; R & D; Manufacturing and Supply Chain; Licensing and Market Access; Consumption of Health-Care Products: Use, Access, and Disease Management; Global Corporate Governance; Conclusion; References; Chapter-2; Can Innovation Still Be the Main Growth Driver of the Pharmaceutical Industry?; Innovation as a Driver of Growth for the Pharmaceutical Industry in the Past; The Pharmaceutical Industry Today
  • The R & D Investments of Top Pharmaceutical CompaniesThe Output of Pharmaceutical R & D; The Pharmaceutical Innovation Process; The Success Rates of Pharmaceutical R & D; The Timelines of Pharmaceutical R & D; The Cost of Pharmaceutical R & D; A Steady-State R & D Model; The Reduced R & D Efficiency; Consequences of the Reduced R & D Efficiency; Increasing the Number of Projects in the R & D Pipeline; Reducing Costs of R & D; Measuring Performance and Managing the Project Portfolio Actively; Opening R & D Towards External Innovation; Sustainable Growth in Times of Reduced R & D Efficiency
  • Increasing Pressure from Generic DrugsSustainability Must Come from R & D; References; The Importance of Understanding the 'Lived Experience' of Patients in Pharmaceutical Development Programmes; Chapter-3; Introduction; How Can We Make Sure We Look Beyond the Science and Capture the 'Human Being' in Our Data?; Is the Pharmaceutical Industry Brave Enough to Let Patients Contribute to Driving the Research Agenda?; So How Do We Facilitate This?; How Can We Benefit From This Sort of Research?; Building the Value Chain With Patients Playing a Key Role; So What Can We Do to Drive Change?
  • Why Bother?Chapter-4; Listening to the Voice of the Patient to Facilitate Earlier Access to Promising Medicines: Interview with Sjaak Vink; Chapter-5; Drivers of the Real-World Data Revolution and the Transition to Adaptive Licensing: Interview with Dr. Richard Barker; CASMI (Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Medical Innovation); Chapter-6; Sustainable Development for the Healthcare Industry: Vantage Point from Emerging Economies; Introduction; Sustainable Commercialization; Roles Played by MNCs Versus Local Manufacturers in Emerging Economies; Vantage Point; Regulations
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (x, 154 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319125268
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
SpringerLink
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-12526-8
Other physical details
color illustrations.
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)898213792
  • (OCoLC)ocn898213792

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