Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #pharmaceutical #industry #data

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#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


James T O – Donnell – James J O – Donnell #biggest #pharma #companies

Posted On Dec 5 2017 by

#pharma consultant # Consultations in Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Toxicology, Chemistry Nutrition Drug Injury, drug testing and interpretation, Alcohol testing and effects James Thomas O’Donnell, Pharm.D. M.S. FCP, ABCP, FACN, R.Ph.. is a pharmacologist, pharmacist and nutritionist. His career has included pharmacy practice in a variety of settings, as well as teaching, research, publications, and consultations in pharmacology, pharmacy, and nutrition to industry, government, health care, publishing and legal fields. He is Associate Professor of Pharmacology at the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, where he served as the Course Director for the Medical Pharmacology program. He also held Faculty appointments at …


Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #pharm

Posted On Nov 27 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #world #pharma

Posted On Nov 17 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #valeo #pharma

Posted On Nov 10 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


You Can – t Duct Tape Quality: FDA Issues Consent Decree against Actavis Totowa #pharma #equipment

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#actavis pharma manufacturing # Pharma Manufacturing You Can t Duct Tape Quality: FDA Issues Consent Decree against Actavis Totowa Submitted by pharmamanufacturing on Fri, 01/09/2009 – 12:48 In its neverending fight against both poor manufacturing practices and the manufacture and marketing of unapproved drugs, FDA has filed a Consent Decree and expects courts to prohibit Activis’ Totowa, New Jersey facility from further production. Actavis Totowa—a subsidiary of Iceland-based generics maker Actavis, Inc.—manufactures, packages, and distributes drugs from two sites in Totowa and one in Little Falls, N.J. FDA inspected Totowa’s Riverview Drive facility early in 2008 and found that the …


Sick of pharmaceutical ads? Here – s why they won – t go away #radient #pharma

Posted On Nov 6 2017 by

#pharmaceutical advertising # It seems like every other billboard and commercial in the U.S. is for a prescription drug. And yet consumers can t buy them without a doctor s approval. So why target consumers with these ads? Do we really have that much influence over physicians? Here s how the U.S. became one of the only countries in the world where pharmaceutical companies peddle drugs to ordinary people. Food and Drug Administration Loopholes The United States and New Zealand are the only countries in the world that allow direct-to-consumer advertising of pharmaceuticals. Most countries banned the practice in the …


Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #altana #pharma

Posted On Aug 21 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


5 things women couldn t do in the 1960s #living, #5 #things #women #couldn #t #do #in #the #1960s, #cnn.com

Posted On Aug 14 2017 by

# 5 things women couldn’t do in the 1960s Photos: Forgotten stories from the 60s Forgotten stories from the 60s On August 1, 1966, Charles Whitman — who had already killed his wife and mother — went to the top of the University of Texas Tower and shot 46 people, killing 16. In the ’60s, such a mass shooting was almost unthinkable. In recent years, we’ve experienced them more often. 4. Get an Ivy League education: Yale and Princeton didn’t accept female students until 1969. Harvard didn’t admit women until 1977 (when it merged with the all-female Radcliffe College). With …


What Car Insurance Companies Don – t Use Credit Scores? #auto #insurance #that #doesn #t #check #credit

Posted On Aug 11 2017 by

# IN PLAIN ENGLISH Your credit score is one of many factors that the majority – about 90% – of car insurance companies use to determine your rates. And while it is possible to get a policy without a credit check, chances are you won’t want to. Bad Credit? Click to find the cheapest car insurance rates instantly → The long and short of it: not many, and even when companies offer no credit score insurance policies, the policies will include higher-than-average rates. This spike in premium is because credit is considered an extremely meaningful factor in insurance deliberations. Typically, …