Network for Monitoring the Impact of Globalization and TRIPS on Access to Medicines, Meeting Report, 19-21 February 2001, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand - Health Economics and Drugs Series No. 011
(2002; 67 pages) View the PDF document
Table of Contents
Open this folder and view contents1. Introduction
View the document2. Highlights of opening address of Dr Supachai Panitchpakdi
Open this folder and view contents3. 1Globalization, TRIPS and Access to Pharmaceuticals
View the document4. Further Reading
View the document5. Template of selected model indicators for studying the impact of globalization and TRIPS on access to medicines
Close this folder6. Selected indicators for studying the impact of globalization and TRIPS on access to medicines
View the documentRespondent data
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View the documentI. Definitions used in the template**
View the documentII. Trends in total pharmaceutical consumption
View the documentIII. Health care coverage
View the documentIV. Structure of public and private pharmaceutical prices
View the documentV. Regulations relating to intellectual property rights protection and marketing authorization
View the documentVI. Prices of pharmaceutical products
View the documentVII. Market share of domestic and foreign firms
View the documentVIII. Regulation of pharmaceutical consumption - A stakeholder analysis
View the document7. The Collaborating Centres
 

VIII. Regulation of pharmaceutical consumption - A stakeholder analysis

1. Are any of the following mechanisms to regulate pharmaceutical consumption and physician prescribing applied in your country?

a) Cash-limited prescribing budgets
b) Generic name prescribing
c) Formularies
d) Prescribing guidelines
e) Generic substitution

2. Is prescribing by generic name (of the drug) required in the public sector?

 

Yes/No

a) Is prescribing by generic name (of the drug) required in the private sector? Yes/No

3. Is generic substitution allowed or required at public pharmacies?

 

Allowed: Yes/No

 

Required: Yes/No

a) Is generic substitution allowed or required at private pharmacies?

 

Allowed: Yes/No

 

Required: Yes/No

Thank you very much for your kind collaboration.

 

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