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The Politics of Pharma - Washington, States and the Courts Impact on the Industry

CBR Pharma Insights
Published Date » 2013-04-15
No. Of Pages » 49
Politics have a greater direct effect on the pharmaceutical industry than almost any other in the US, and correspondingly, pharma makes considerable investments in election campaigns. The November elections kept the face of Washington the same, with the re-election of President Obama, Democratic control of the Senate and Republican control of the House. However, the outcome of the elections will still impact the industry in a variety of ways.  The Medical Device Excise Tax, a component of the 2010 health care reform legislation, survived a pre-election Congressional effort at repeal, but a coalition of House Republicans and Democrats from key states are looking to try again. Post-election, another bi-partisan congressional group is pushing for the FDA to impose stricter regulations on...
Executive Summary

Chapter 1: November Election Results
Pharmas investment in the elections
Election results
Medical device tax
Congressional spotlight on painkillers
The FDA

Chapter 2: Health Care Reform
Implementation
The Sunshine Act
Meaningful use debate

Chapter 3: State Politics
State Health Care Exchanges
Biosimilar substitution

Chapter 4: The Courts
Pay-for-delay
Generics liability
Reform
Off-label use

Chapter 5: The Political Outlook
Impact of the budget impasse
Medicare
Indian trade issues
The CBR View

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