Spain And Portugal Team Up To Buy Medicines
Spain and Portugal have announced plans to work more closely together to buy new medicines and are now planning a pilot.
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Another alliance among EU countries to tackle high medicines prices is gathering pace. Eight countries are to soon start swapping pricing information and have agreed to join forces to negotiate more affordable prices.
Norway and Denmark are exploring the idea a pilot project that would see them jointly purchase medicines.
A more innovative approach to pricing and reimbursement arrangements is needed in the pilot BeNeLuxA joint pricing negotiations, says Eurordis head Yann Le Cam. The Netherlands and Belgium are expected to re-start the negotiations soon after a “time-out” period.